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SILVER  LAKE 
REGIONAL  HIGH  SCHOOL 


KINGSTON,  MASSACHUSETTS 


uates  of  Silver  Lake  will  long  remember  Mr.  Parks.  Who  could 
forget  his  lively  civics  classes  where  he  surprised  innocent  freshmen 
into  learning?  Who  could  forget  his  world  history  classes,  the  spell  of 
the  Byzantine  Empire  or  the  correct  spelling  of  Nebuchadnezzar  on 
the  "daily  quiz"?  Who  could  possibly  forget  U.S.  History,  required 
of  all,  or  the  memorizing  of  Lincoln's  Gettysburg  Address? 
Mr.  Parks'  wonderful  sense  of  humor  has  often  amused  us  in  the  class 
room,  in  the  gym,  where  he  can  often  be  found,  and  at  Hayford's  store 
where  he  keeps  well  informed  about  his  students  and  where  his  stu- 
dents try  to  keep  up  with  him. 

As  our  athletic  director  and  coach  of  cross  country  and  track  teams,  he 
is  always  ready  to  help  a  sports  enthusiast.  He  is  also  ready  to  help 
anyone  academically,  and  our  favorite  saying  is  "talk  to  Mr.  Ed." 
Because  of  his  patience  and  understanding,  the  Senior  Closs  is  proud 
to  dedicate  the  1963  TORCH  to  Mr.  Edward  F.  Parks,  Jr. 


B  Pluribus  Unum 


The  motto  of  the  United  States  first  appeared  on 
the  title  page  of  the  "Gentleman's  Journal"  in  Janu- 
ary, 1692.  On  August  10,  1776,  a  committee  com- 
posed of  Benjamin  Franklin,  John  Adams,  and 
Thomas  Jefferson,  proposed  to  the  Continental  Con- 
gress that  it  be  adopted  as  our  maxim.  This  was 
approved  on  June  20,  1782,  and  in  1786  it  first  ap- 
peared on  several  coins.  The  actual  selection  of  E 
PLURIBUS  UNUM  is  credited  to  Pierre  Eugene  du 
Simitiere,  a  Swiss  artist  employed  by  the  committee 
after  the  Declaration  of  Independence  to  submit  a 
design  for  the  United  States  seal.  Although  the  de- 
sign was  rejected,  the  motto  remains  a  part  of  our 
^heritage. 

E  PLURIBUS  UNUM  is  a  significant  motto  at  Silver 
Lake,  in  that  many  students  from  four  towns  band  to- 
gether to  form  one  institution  of  learning.  Our  school 
from  the  many  students  entrusted  to  it  turns  out 
individuals  prepared  to  face  the  challenges  of  a 
modern  world. 


REGIONAL  SCHOOL  COMMITTEE 


Mr.  B.  Dalton,  Chairman 


Mr.  R.  Barbieri 
Mr.   F.   Downing 


Mr.  B.  Conant 


Mrs.  V.  Crosby 


Mr.  H.  Hammond,  Jr. 


Mrs.  P.  Holzworth 


Mr.  R.  Mendall 


Mr.   H.  Trimble 


Mr.  G.  Cushman 


TO  THE  SENIORS  OF  1963 

E  Pluribus  Unum  —  One  Out  of  Many.  The  editors  of  the 
Torch  have  selected  a  most  timely  theme.  Silver  Lake  is  now 
in  its  eighth  year  of  operation.  One  takes  for  granted  the  con- 
tinuing physical  growth  of  the  school. 

It  is  the  intellectual  growth  of  our  school,  however,  that  is 
the  more  significant.  Students  possess  a  high  loyalty  to 
Silver  Lake.  This  loyalty  manifests  itself  in  many  ways.  School 
activities  involve  students  from  all  four  towns  comprising  the 
school  district.  Friendships  cut  across  town  lines.  There  is  col- 
lective pride  by  the  community  in  the  accomplishments  of 
students  no  matter  whether  they  excel  in  the  academic  pro- 
gram or  interscholastic  athletics. 

Student  ties  are  directed  solely  to  Silver  Lake.  For  students 
growing  up  in  the  four-town  area  this  is  the  only  high  school 
they  have  known. 

The  passage  of  time  has  proven  the  wisdom  of  the  regional 
school  concept  and  of  the  motto  E  Pluribus  Unum  —  One 
Out  of  Many. 

Silver  Lake  Regional  School  District  Committee 

BRENDAN  I.  DALTON,  CHAIRMAN 
GEORGE  W.  CUSHMAN,  SECRETARY 
ROBERT  R.  BARBIERI 
BENJAMIN  CONANT 
VIRGINIA  M.  CROSBY 
FRANCIS  C.  DOWNING 
HENRY  D.  HAMMOND,  JR. 
PRISCILLA  R.  HOLZWORTH 
HOWARD  B.  MacFARLANE 
RALPH  B.  MENDALL 
HENRY  G.  TRIMBLE 


ADMINISTRATION 


MR.   ARTHUR   P.   SILVESTER 
Principal 


MR.  CHESTER  T.   RAY 

Superintendent  of  Schools, 

Silver  Lake   Regional   School 

District 


MR.   FRANCIS  M.   MORAN 

Assistant  Superintendent  of 

Schools 


MRS.   ELINOR  CHURCHILL 
Dean  of  Girls 


MR.  THOMAS  C.   BARHAM 

Assistant  Principal 

Department  Head,   Social   Studies 


MR.  ARTHUR   HAND 
Director  of  Guidance 


MRS.   ELSIE   LOOTZ 
Guidance  Counselor 


MRS.  ALICE   D.  MERZ 
Guidance  Counselor 


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Senior  Homeroom   Representatives 
E.   Backus,   P.  Alfieri,  M.   Benea,   L.   Gustafson,   R.   Carleton,   E.   Fitzgerald,   S.   Sturtevant,   A.   Antoniotti, 
Ezekiel. 


Mrs.   Nathanson 


GLASS  HISTORY 


Now,  as  Seniors,  we  look  back  over  six  eventful  years  at  Silver  Lake  and  let  our  thoughts  dwell  on  many 
memorable  experiences.  Our  first  thought  is  of  the  bewildered  group  that  gathered  in  the  Little  Theatre 
in  September  of  1958.  Who  would  then  have  dreamed  that  we  would  ever  see  graduation  day?  Our  first 
dance  "The  Seventh  Grade  Satellite  Swing"  was  a  success  and  tended  to  strengthen  our  friendships. 
We  continued  the  tradition  of  presenting  a  class  dance  in  the  eighth  grade  with  "The  Shillelagh  Shag." 
This  time  we  had  a  contest  for  choosing  the  name  of  the  dance  for  which  the  winner  received  two 
tickets.  We  participated  in  the  science-countdown  during  this  year,  and  a  member  of  our  class  represented 
us  in  the  State-wide  contest.  We  climaxed  the  year  by  presenting  the  musical  production  "The  Forest 
Prince." 

In  junior  high  we  formed  many  lasting  friendships,  but  it  was  during  our  first  year  in  high  school  that 
we  started  to  take  an  active  part  in  school  activities.  It  was  this  year  that  we  established  the  custom  of 
having  a  squad  of  freshman  cheerleaders  to  cheer  for  the  freshman  boys  at  games.  Our  girls  may  not 
have  been  as  smooth  as  the  varsity,  but  they  were  effective  and  very  enthusiastic.  Our  annual  dance 
"The  Klompendanse"  or  the  "Dance  of  the  Wooden  Shoes,"  was  highlighted  by  the  music  of  Kenny 
Pimental  and  His  Rhythm  Aces.  With  the  aid  of  our  advisors,  Mrs.  Breen  and  Mr.  Minnock,  and  our  class 
officers,  President;  Gary  Lunt,  Vice-President;  JoAnn  Reardon,  Secretary;  Mary  Nicholson,  Treasurer- 
Daniel  Burke  and  Historian,-  Marianne  Cote,  our  class  had  quite  a  successful  year. 

1 959  brought  us  a  little  closer  to  our  dream  of  being  seniors,  for  we  became  sophomores.  We  elected 
as  President;  Daniel  Burke,  Vice  President;  JoAnn  Reardon,  Secretary;  Mary  Nicholson,  Treasurer,-  JoAnn 
Randall,  and  Historian,-  Elizabeth  True.  Our  class  dance  was  not  quite  as  elaborate  as  in  past  years! 
We  had  a  record  hop  after  one  of  the  basketball  games,  and  because  of  restrictions  as  to  attire,  the 
attendance  was  poor.  This  year  proved  to  be  a  year  of  awards  for  our  class.  One  of  our  girls  became 
the  F.F.A.  Sweetheart,  and  one  of  our  boys  won  the  annual  F.F.A.  speaking  contest.  We  were  well 
represented  in  the  dramatic  club  play  which  took  first  place  at  Sharon  in  the  district  Drama  Festival. 
A  large  number  of  our  members  were  inducted  into  the  Honor  Society,  and  many  of  the  boys  played 
varsity  sports. 

The  class  officers  for  our  junior  year  were  President;  Greg  Lennox,  Vice  President;  Daniel  Burke,  Secre- 
tary; Mary  Nicholson,  Treasurer;  JoAnn  Randall,  and  Historian;  Ellen  Fitzgerald.  Along  with  the  execu- 
tive board  and  the  advisors,  Mr.  Coakley  and  Mrs.  Bjornholm,  they  carried  on  the  business  of  our 
class.  Many  of  the  juniors  took  the  two  hour  P.S.A.T.  exam  complete  with  fire  drill  in  the  middle!  In 
January  we  held  a  food  sale  to  raise  money  to  defray  the  cost  of  the  decorations  for  the  Junior  Prom. 
The  committees  began  their  work  early,  and  we  spent  many  an  evening  painting  trees,  dying  cheese 
cloth  blue,  making  stars,  and  creating  a  castle.  When  all  of  these  things  were  finally  assembled  in  the 
gym  and  covered  with  angel  hair,  a  "Wonderland  by  Night"  emerged.  We  danced  to  the  music  of  the 
Bridgewater  State  Orchestra.  The  highlights  of  the  evening  were  the  Grand  March,  (which  represented 
many  long  hours  of  practice)  and  the  selection  of  the  Queen  and  her  Court.  We  presented  gifts  to  our 
advisors,-  to  Mrs.  Bjornholm  some  flowers,  to  Mr.  Coakley,  an  empty  box  which  we  filled  later!  Question: 
Who   lost  the  cufflinks?   Dinner  at  the   Bourne  Mill   concluded   the   evening. 

Finally  in  September  of  1 962,  we  became  seniors.  After  hearing  speeches  from  each  candidate  cam- 
paigning for  a  class  office,  we  chose  as  President;  Vincent  Cogliano,  Vice-President,-  Angelo  DiMario, 
Secretary;  Mary  Nicholson,  Treasurer;  JoAnn  Randall,  and  Historian;  Marilyn  Shaw.  Our  advisors,  Mrs. 
Nathanson  and  Mr.  Hand  helped  us  plan  the  many  activities  for  the  year.  Our  Senior  Class  Play,  "My 
Three  Angels"  was  very  successful,  and  credit  should  be  given  to  all  people  who  worked  on  it  for  their 
fine  production.  In  planning  Senior  Week  activities,  it  was  decided  to  omit  a  picnic  because  the  class 
was  too   large,  and  to   hold   our  catered    banquet   in   the  gym. 

Graduation  brings  an  end  to  our  high  school  years,  but  it  does  not  dim  our  pleasant  memories.  Al- 
though friends  and  acquaintances  may  part,  we  know  that  the  ties  of  good  fellowship  formed  here  at 
school  will  continue  in  the  "years  to  come. 

Marilyn    E.   Shaw 
Historian 


SENIOR  CLASS  OFFICERS 


ANGELO  THOMAS   DiMARIO 
Sports    .    .    .    parties    .    .    .    "Who's    for 
sharing    lockers?"    .    .    .    What    a    smile 
.  .  .  Art  .  .  .  Vinny  .  .  .  College. 


SECRETARY 


TREASURER 


HISTORIAN 


MARY  MARGARET   NICHOLSON 
"Are   you    for    real?"    .    .    .    boys    .    .    . 
Chris  .  .  .  Paula   .   .   .  Whitman-Hanson, 
anyone?  .  .  .  Senior  F.F.A.  Sweetheart. 


JOANN   NOEl  RANDALL 
"Oh,   welll"    .    .    .   org, mist,    flutist 
perfectionist  .  .  .  olwoy     <n  the  go 
Silver  Loke's  Regional  Bank 


ELEANOR  SHAW 
skiing    .    .    .    W.P.I.    .    .    .    smart 
clothes     .     .     .     AUSTINHEALEY     .     .     . 
field  hockey. 


WILLIAM  ALBERT  ADAIR 

loves  to  bowl  .  .  .  seems  shy,  but  really 
.  .  summer  in  Monponsett. 


WILLIAM  RICHARD   ARRUDA 
"What  can   I   say?"   ...  55   Ford   .   .   . 
fun    loving    .    .    .    anything    for    a    good 


PAULA   LEE  ALFIERI 
"That's  a  good  deal"   .   .   .  Chris, 
...    a   talent   for   comedy    . 
majorettes. 


NANCY   ELLEN   ANDERSON 

"oh,  brother"  .  .  .  found  around 
Plympton  .  .  .  always  getting  into 
mischief  .  .  .  loyal  friend. 


ALMA  ANNA  ANTONIOTTI 
Toots  .  .   .  "bad   news"   .   .   .  only  stops 
talking  to  eat  .   .   .  blonde  bomber  .  .  . 
"Me,  a  brownie?" 


EDWARD   LEO   BACKUS 
"Whattya  want  —  a  pat  on  the  head?" 
Jim,    Seppo,    Larry    .     .     .    appreciates 
beauty  and   beauties. 


JEAN  MAY  BAKER 

"You  eat  bugs"  .  .  .  Middleboro 
.  .  .  anything  for  a  laugh  .  .  . 
swimming  .  .  .  pep  and  vitality. 


NANCY  JEAN   BARTLETT 
"Forget  it"   .   .   .   "True  wit  is  ever- 
lasting"  .   .   .   Plymouth  .  .  .   nursing 
school? 


CHRISTINE  BALTZER 

wats*  ekiing  .  .  .  cheerleader  .  .  . 
the  T.  Bird  taxi  .  .  .  boys,  boys, 
boys  .  .  .  headed  for  the  Univer- 
sity of  Mass. 


BARBARA    ANNE    SRI 

baked     potatoes     ond     vanilla     Ice 

cream    .    .    .    seeks   secretarial   work 

Mory.    Coihy.    Glenna    .    .    . 
baseball  gomes 


MARY  CHERYL   BENEA 
"And    I'm    not    about    to"    .    .    .    one 
of   those    Senior   art   students    .    .    . 
aims  for  nursing  school. 


RICHARD   ALLEN   BENEV1DES 
quiet   .   .   .   only   if  you   don't   know 

him  .  .  .  always  counting  the  days 
'til  graduation  .  .  .  one  of  those 
Plympton    boys. 


JOY  DIANNE  BOUDREAU 
happy-go-lucky  .  .  .  new  cars,  new 
things  .  .  .  badminton  (ug)  .  .  . 
Leland's  .  .  .  easy  charm. 


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CANDANCE  MARIE   BRADFORD 


"You'll  get  over  it"  ...  to  sleep 
for  a  week  .  .  .  IBM  operator  .  .  . 
quiet,  calm. 


VANESSA   BAKER   BRADFORD 

"really??"  ...  the  great  debater 
.  .  .  never  say  yes  ...  "I  haven't 
a  thing  to  wear"  .  .  .  New  Eng. 
Tel   &  Tel 


ROBERT  FRANCIS   BURBANK 
'61    Chevy    Impala    convertible    . 
Uncle     Henri     in    class     play     . 
Silver  Lake's  Vaughn  Meader 


RONALD   DAVID   BURGESS 
wants  to  bo  a  policcmon      .   .  thoso 
jokes  in   Post  can   be  found   in 

Holifox   .   .   .   "Walk   Right   In"   .   .   . 
Govt.   -     hard??? 


RICHARD  JOHN   BUHL 

always  ready  to  argue  .  .  .  roller 
skating  ...  "I  hope  this  year  is 
better  than  last!"  .  .  .  autos 


GEORGIANNA   BURGESS 
"goodness"    .    .    .   smiling    .    .   .   Girls' 
State   .    .    .   that   giggle   .   .    .    B.S.C. 
.    .    .    Manomet    .    .    .    left,    right    — 
here! 


DORIS  DEIKA   BURGHOLZER 
"Toolic"    .    .       secretory        .    .    "Go 
play  in  the  ilreel  numi 

"I'd   rather   do   I!   myself''  .   <lh 

seal   up 


DANIEL   FRANCIS   BURKE 
quiet    .    .    .    Hot    Ford    .    .    .    Honor 
Society   Pres.   ...    Ivy   League   .   .   . 
likes  money  .  .  .  popularity  plus 


ROBERT   HAROLD   CARLETON 

New  Hampshire  express  .  .  .  hot 
rod  .  .  .  takes  everything  in  stride 
.  .  .  mild-mannered  but  n-i-c-e 


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RICHARD   DENNIS  CHAHARYN 

quiet,  but  helpful  .  .  .  parlez-vous 
Spanish?  .  .  .  that  boyhood  in  Ros- 
lindale  .  .  .  wide  awake?  in  home- 
room . 


DAVID   HAROLD  CHASE 
"You're     out    of    your     mind."     .     .     . 
sports  .  .  .  Whitman-Hanson  .  .  .  found 
with  everyone  .  .  .  "I'm  not  a  snob!" 


JANET  ELIZABETH  CLARK 

"Forget    about     it."     .     .     .     basketball 
games    ,    .     .     lively,    quick    wit    . 
"shorty"  .  .  .  haunts  Tassy's  .  .  . 


FLORA   IRENE  COLE 
pizza  .  .  .  Audrey,  Donna  .  .  .  pleasant 
.  .  .  agreeable  .  .  . 


LEE   REGINALD  COLE 
New    Hampshire        .    .    tall    and    bond- 
tome   .    .    .    monitor   .    .    .    noat    dresser 
.  Adonis  .  .  . 


CHARLES  DWIGHT  CURTISS,  JR. 

Band  and  orchestra  .  .  .  Three  Lunch 
Periods  .  .  .  Majoring  in  study  .  .  . 
Target  Shoofing  .  .  .  cars  .  .  . 


PAUL   BENEDICT  CUDDYER,  JR. 
likes  school,  cars,  girls   (in   that  order?) 
.  .  .  The  Librarian  .  .  . 


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KATHLEEN   ANN   DAVIS 
alwoys  loaded  down  wilh  art  work 
dependable,  diligent,  and  capable 
sense  of  humor  with  artistic  flair. 


KAREN   ELAINE   EVERSON 
"That's    hurtin'  "...    can    be    serious 
and   frank   .    .    .   double-dates   .    .    .   likes 
to  have  a  good  time. 


ROBERT  JAMES  EZEKIEL 
white    convertible    .    .    .    Tedeschi's    . 
for   a   good   time    .    .    .   "Is   that    right?" 
to  get  ahead  in  the  world. 


KATHLEEN   ELLEN   FEARING 

"Good  things  come  to  those  who  wait" 
.    .    .    Texas    .    .    .    gentle    manner    .    . 
quiet  smile  .  .  .  sweet. 


FREDERICK   ROBBINS   FICKS 
"best"    .    .    .   works   on   cars,   paints   and 
customizes  ...  to   be  a  forestry  worker 
.  .  .  Paul  and  Charley. 


TERRY  SANDRA   FIELD 
"slightly"  .   .   .  Terry  and  that  Sunbeam 
mixer    .    .    .    "Peanuts"    .    .    .    National 
Merit  .  .  .  Music  festivals. 


ELLEN   PATRICIA   FITZGERALD 

"you're    kidding"   .    .   .  tall   people   .   . 
majorettes    .    .    .    "to    marry    a    million 
aire"  .  .  .  Kingston  .  .  .  '55  Ford 


MARY  ALICE   FORD 

sincerity  .  .  .  truthfulness  and  a  quiet 
disposition  .  .  .  Donna,  Laura  .  .  .  de- 
pendability is  middle  name 


JUDITH   LOUISE   FOWLER 

"I    got   a    letter"    .    .    .    humorous    .    .    . 
Karen    M    .    .    .    Plymouth    .    .    .    "little 


DARRYL   EDWARD  GAllETTI 
Air    Forc»    .    .    .    glrli        .    .    Todoithr 
.   .   .  locktr  troubls  .  .  .  "beoutv" 
G«ne  .  .  .  milfc  frvf^.  .  wild  child 


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DIANE   MARIE   GARUTI 
"What   a    nut   you    are"    .    .    .    umpteen 
passengers   in   town   taxi   .    .    .   always  a 
friend  .  .  .  found  fuming  at  Tassy's 


NANCY   RAE   GAUQUIER 

paraphrases     marvelously  .     .     often 

found    in    B   raintree   .    .    .   quiet   but   ex- 
tremely  sincere 


ROXANNE   LIZBETH   GILE 

"Oh,  my"  .   .   .  cadets  .   .   .   mischievous 
.   .   .  Mutt  .   .   .  always  in  the  fun   .   .   . 

"respectfully  submitted" 


DOROTHY   PATRICIA  GOSLIN 

hockey  .  .  .  the  crutches  kid  . 
Lakers'  No.  1  fan  .  .  .  energetic  . 
another  Goslin  but  no  QB 


JOANN   FRANCIS  GAVONI 

with  a  smile  on  her  face  .  .  .  Plymouth 
.  .  .  the  manner  that  wins  .  .  .  friendly 
eyes  .  .  .  office  practice 


PAUL  SANDS   HAMMOND 
always     in     the     garage     .     .     .     "that's 
best"    .    .    .    what    an    artist    .    .    .    those 
summers  at  Manomet  cottage 


LINDA  ELAINE  GUSTAFSON 
Franklin  .  .  .  parties  .  .  .  sweet  and  sin- 
cere .  .  .  beautiful  green  eyes  .  .  . 
the   "Annex" 


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RICHARD  ALLEN   HANSEN 

from  Thompson  Academy  .  .  .  chief 
cook  and  bottlewasher  at  Ho-Jo's  .  .  . 
"It  just  hit  me." 


JOSEPH  JEFFERY  HEBERT 
what  a  star  out  on  the  field  .  .  .  boy, 
can  he  twistl  .  .  .  automotive  .  .  . 
keeps  teachers  jumpin'. 


RONALD   HANSEN 

Thompson  Academy  ...  try  anything 
once  .  .  .  "It  just  hit  me!"  .  .  .  hot 
car???  .  .  .  Ho-Jo's. 


JAMES  CHARLES   HAYWARD 
Fords!!!   .   .   .   likes   keeping   cars   in  one 
piece    .    .    .   hard   worker    .    .    .   seen   at 
Brook  Street. 


ROBERT  MICHAEL   HEMPHILL 
hot  ticket  .  .  .  "Boy,  what  look  you  so 
long?"    .    .    .   flirt   .    .    .   gets   along    just 
fine  in  Ec  .  .  .  'Ittle. 


ARTHUR   CHARLES   HENNESSEY 
"How   about   that?"    .    .    .    hockey 
roller   skating    ...    to    be   a    jucc«m'uI 
businessman  .  .  .  reserved. 


ROBERT   FREDERICK   HIRD 
bosketboll       .   .   Plymouth   .shy  and 
bashful  .   others   say   different 

good  worker  .        dependable. 


.  dm 


CHRISTINE   HOWARD 

"Let's  meet  some  boys  from  out  of 
town!"  .  .  .  head  cheerleading  .  .  . 
Soph  F.F.A.  Sweetheart  .  .  .  charm  plus. 


ROBERT  FICHER  HOINGHAUS 

"Hawong"  .  .  .  trig  and  calculus  .  .  . 
baseball,  track,  basketball  .  .  .  manager 
turned  runner  .  .  .  turkey  at  midnight. 


MEREDITH   GAYLE   HIRSHON 

pleasing  individuality  .  .  .  "Oh,  hi" 
.  .  .  gifted  personality  with  honest  sin- 
cerity .  .  .  alert  .  .  .  crazy  clothes. 


HELEN  MARIE  JAMESON 
"Ltlli"  .   .   .   reading   ...  to  travel 
hopes  to  be  a  good  office  worker 
"For  Pete's  sake"  .  .  .  full  of  fun. 


DAVID  WILLIAM   INMAN 

"You  bird!"  .  .  .  short  wave  radio  fan 
,  .  .  So.  Halifax  .  .  .  cars  .  .  .  shy  but 
diligent  .  .  .  aggy  boy. 


RICHARD  BRIAN  JOHNSON 

hunting  .  .  .  hopes  to  be  an  electrician 
.  .  .  Paul,  Charlie  .  .  .  fun  loving  .  .  . 
"Ritchie"  .  .  .  silent  to  those  who  don't 
know  him. 


RITA  ELAINE   KEOUGH 
"I'm   not  chewing   gum"   .   .   .   horseback 
riding    .   .   .    hairdressing    .   .    .   generous, 
unaffected   nature. 


NANCY   ANN    KING 
petite   .   .   .  quiet  and  sweet   .   .   .  some 
smile  .   .  .  always  on  the  go  .  .  .  loves 
school  (?)  .  .  .  Kingston  center. 


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DONNA   LOUISE   KUMAS 
"ring- a-ding. ding"    .        .    alwayl    imilmg 
mart  clothot  .  .  .  found  ot  Jordan's 
good  porionoliry  "I   havo  to 

road  ogoin?" 


mmi 


ROTA  KVELUMS 

"So  what?"  .  ,  .  future  nurse  .  .  .  does 
everything  fast  .  .  .  antics  in  the  nurse's 
office  .  .  .calm  and  pleasant. 


JOSEPH   MARINE   KONKEt 
hay  farmer   .   .   .   Student  Council   V.I. P. 
...   a   Chris   Shenkel    fan    (NO!)    .    .    . 
agricultural    engineer   .    .   .    member   of 

intelligensia. 


DONNA   RAE   LAMARINE 

photography  .     .     quiet     but     very 

friendly  ...  la  petite  fleur  .   .   .   joined 
Laker  clan  in  Senior  year. 


CHARLES  WESTCOTT  LANTZ 

seems  quiet  —  but  is  he?  .  .  .  we  know 
better  .  .  .  pet  peeve  —  teachers!  .  .  . 
ever-ready  smile  .  .  .  red  hot  Ford  .  .  . 
those  "vacations!" 


SEPPO   HENRY  LEHTO 

"ain't   that-  a   kick   in   the   head?" 
ham    of    the    Senior    Class    Play 
budding    genius    .    .    .    PUNS!!! 
capricious. 


CHARLES  GREGORY  LENNOX 

"Mickey"  .  .  .  chemistry  .  .  .  "to  be  a 
dentist"  .  .  .  "Friday  is  TI-DAY!"  .  .  . 
dynamite  in   disguise. 


JONATHAN   FRANKLIN   LINDQUIST 

"That's  the  way  the  mop  flops"  .  . 
hunting  and  bowling  .  .  .  college  .  . 
"to  be  a  fishery  biologist"  .  .  .  "Link." 


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ELMER  RUSSELL   LINDVAHL 

clanky  carburetors  .  .  .  cows  .  .  . 
"Walk  Like  A  Man"  .  .  .  executive 
type. 


CHARLES  MARTIN   MANGIO 
"Chuck"  ...  '52  Dodge  .  .   .  oorly 
morning    hourjl    .    .    .    "What    i-.    Ihii 
modneu?"  .  .  .  forestry. 


FRANK   MARTIN 
cor».  cars,  con  .  .  .  mechanic  —  tho 
jtory  of  hi»  life  Richard.  David. 

Eddie   .   .   .  what  o   imilo   .   .   .  clou 
clown. 


EDWIN   CALVIN   MATHEWS 

basketball  .  .  .  money  .  .  .  U.S. 
History  —  easy  Ed  .  .  .  guitar  .  .  . 
to  be  a  millionaire  .  .  .  likeable. 


ALICE  JANE  McINTOSH 

"Toby"    .    .    .    wonderful    kid    . 
that  sense  of  humor!   .  .  ,  and  what 
a    laugh    .    .    .    likes    to    read,    play 
piano. 


PAMELA  LEE  McALONEY 

likes  to  dance  .  .  .  Plymouth  and 
Brockton  ...  Mr.  Doughnut  .  .  . 
"You're  gonna  get  it!"  ...  so- 
ciable. 


PHILIP  ARTHUR  McCORMACK 

always  happy  .  .  .  busy  .  .  .  car- 
pentry .  .  .  big  smile  .  .  .  reserved 
.  .  .  those  days  away  from  school!!! 


JOHN  DANIEL  McKAY 

"Fords  don't  go"  .  .  .  Cars,  Cars, 
Cars  ...  to  become  an  automotive 
specialist  .  . ..  skiing  .  .  .  409. 


EUGENE  RICHARD  MEDEIROS,  JR. 

mixed  up  kid!?!  .  .  .  party  goer 
.  .  .  happy-go-lucky  .  .  .  future 
architect  .  .  .  Falling  Rain  .  .  . 
records,  TV. 


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PATRICIA  ANN   MERRILL 

"What  are  you  up  to  now?"  .  .  . 
found  in  library  .  .  .  loves  to  sing 
.  .  .  bowling  .  .  .  "Pot." 


JAMES  VICTOR  MIGLIER1NI 

current  events  .  .  .  strictly  Demo- 
cratic .  .  .  hails  from  Boston  .  .  . 
"That's  wrong,  Mr.  Splaine"  .  .  . 
friendly. 


ROBERT  LESLIE  MERRY 

■   smile    .    .    .    unaffected    person- 
/    .    .    .   carpenter  extraordinaire 
conscientious. 


RICHARD   ALDEN   MORGAN 
carpentry   .    .   .   never  changes   in   a 
changing  world  .  .  .  always  depend- 
able   .    .    .    "Dick"    .    .    .    really   the 
quiet  type??? 


KAREN   LOUISE   MUTRIE 
loves  driving  .   .  .  always  daydream- 
ing   .   .    .   abolish   homcworklll    .   .   . 
live  wire. 


DIANE    MARIE    NAVA 
friendly  ond  cheerful   .  abundant 

charm   .  future   nurse,   two  years 

Pre>  tamatt,    sympathetic   na- 

ture. 


JOHN   NEAL 

"Johnnie"  .  .  .  basketball  .  .  .  found 
in  corridors  .  .  .  good  sport  .  .  . 
always   late. 


LINDA  ANN   NICHOLAS 

sweet,  smiling  personality  .  .  .  lots 
of  fun,  but  shy  .  .  .  shining,  dark 
hair  .  .  .  nonconformist. 


ROBERT  MARSH   NEWCOMB 
"Hub"    .    .    .    hiking,    fishing    .    .     . 
pharmacist  ...  if  you  like  to  laugh 
.  .  .  sincere  and  considerate. 


WILBERT  RICHARD   NICKERSON 
underclass   girls   .    .    .   "How   poorl" 
...    to    be    an    industrial    design 
artist    .    .    .    Plympton    .    .    .    mega- 
phones .  .  .  flirtatious. 


HANS-ULRICH   NOACK 

"Gut-en  Morgen"  .  .  .  from  Germany 
.  .  .  the  silence  hides  a  thinker  —  and 
a  friend  .  .  .  math  whiz. 


SANDRA  LEE   NORDIN 

"Minnie"  .  .  .  likes  to  sew,  makes 
beautiful  clothes  .  .  .  "Keep  smiling; 
things  could  be  worse"  .  .  .  sweet. 


EDMUND   ARTHUR   NORRIE 
"You   dope"   .    .   .   hot   Chevy   .   .   .   fun 
loving    .    .    .    with    an    unassuming    grin 
.  .  .  "Eddie"  .  .  .  blond  bomber. 


PATRICIA  O'CONNOR 
"Bubble"  .   .  .  problems,  problems  .   ,  . 
skating    .    .    .    dancing    .    .    .    "Can    I 
stond    it  Donno,   Judy    .    .    .    lo 

travel. 


ANN   ELIZABETH   O'BRIEN 
"How    about    that?"    .    .    .    tennis    . 
the  twins  .  .  .  thot  basketball  team 
to  be  an  airline  hostess  .  .  .  calm. 


JAMES  WHELTON   O  FIHELLY 
"Bobo"  .  .  .  Plymouth  .  .  .  will  the  bond 
do  without  your  drums?   .   .   .   "Chovlei 
don't    go"         .    .    with    the    fellows    in 
Automotive. 


DAVID   O'CONNOR 
"Oakie"   .   .   .  office   practice   .   .   .  class 
clown   .  .   .  sports  .  .  .   Pembroke  bowl- 
ing alley  .  .  .  fun,  fun,  fun. 


JUDITH   ANN    PARKER 
I'll    be   dipped!!"   .   .   .   two   of  them!!! 
.  .   horses  ...  to  be  phys.  ed.  teacher 
.  .  office  practice. 


JUDITH   MAE   POPE 
alumni    .    .    .    ra sea  I    .    .    .    "genius    in 
disguise"    .    .    .    smiley    .    .    .    Cape    Cod 
Community   College. 


BARRY  GORDON   PRATT 
football    .    .    .    versatile    .   .    .   week- 
ends ...  a   lot  of  living  to  do  .   .  . 

musician  .  .  .  debonaire. 


MARY   ELIZABETH   PRICE 
Whitman    dances    .    .    .    "That's    the 
way  the  ball  bounces"  .  .  .  Barbara 
.   .   .   hair-stylist   .   .   .   pleasing    man- 
ner. 


MARSHA   EDITH   RANDALL 
"rhmarty    ponthl"    .    .    .    ploys    the 
trumpet  jolly   .    .    .   willingness 

to  help         .  "wise  guyll"         .  long, 
bouncing   ponytail 


DAVID  LANG  PRATT 

"Muscles"  .  .  .  weight  lifting,  shot 
putting  .  .  .  track  .  .  .  Milton  & 
Marshfield  .  .  .  tall,  dark,  hand- 
some. 


FRANCIS   EDWARD   PRESCOTT 

teachah  .  .  .  Mr.  Randall's  favor- 
ite?!?! Pembroke  Drug  .  .  .  "Don't 
be  the  rowdy"  .  .  .  full  of  mischief. 


JOANN   REARDON 
"Soy  something!!"   ...   so   friendly 
dislikes    nothing    .        .    cheer- 
loodlng  rrally    neot    dresser 

.  .  .  cafe  monitor 


LINDA  MARIE  RUPRECHT 
"Oh,  well"  .  .  .  reading,  drawing, 
painting  .  .  .  merry  laughter,  quiet 
unruffled  manner  .  .  .  commercial 
artist. 


PETER  JOSEPH   SGARZI 
"Cool   as  a   mud  duck!"   .   .   .   moni 
tor   .    .    .    Lee    .    .    .    Let's   Gol    .    . 
steady,   reliable, 
a   panic!!! 


MARY  LOU  SAYLES 
"Soupy"  .  ,  .  water  skiing  ,  .  . 
class  play  (!)  ..  .  .  "Love  conquers 
all"  .  .  .  lovely  eyes  .  .  .  ballet. 


WILLIAM  TIMOTHY  SCANLAN 

"Cusin'  Bill"  .  .  .  "Hello"  ...  re- 
cipient of  Mr.  Randall's  W.T.D.P.O.'s 
.  .  .  Erin  Ga  Braugh. 


LAURENCE   DAVIS  SEARS 

Good  Government  .  .  .  books, 
books,  and  more  books  .  .  .  "the 
whole  bit!"  .  .  .  delightful  .  .  . 
steady,    reliable. 


CURTIS  ARTHUR  SHAW 
"Surely    you're    jesting?"    ...    to 
have    a    Corvette    .    .    .    tall,    blond 
.    .    .    Plympton    .    .    .    "Curt"    .    .    . 
nice   looking. 


GUY  ALWIN   SILVESTER 
"Will    somebody    make    a    motion    so    I 
can   appoint  a   committee??"   .   .    .    hunt- 
ing   and    fishing    .    .    .    "Hi,    Dad!"    .    .    . 
easy   going   ways. 


RICHARD   EVERELL  SMITH 
"that's    what   you    think"    .    .    .    record 
hops  —  some   limbo   .   .   .  another  auto- 
motive boy  .  .  .  eighth  grade  jester!!! 


DIANE   ELAINE   SOUSA 
steady,   and    reliable   with    a    sure   grin 
for  everyone    .    .    .    Girl    Scout    .    .    .    pa- 
jama  parties  .  .  .  band. 


DIANE    BARBARA    STANLEY 
"Passion    Flower"    .    .    .    roller    skating 
.    .    .    U.N.        .    .    loves    homework!!!    .    .    . 
homeroom  antics  .  .  .  novcr  idle. 


WILLIAM   HENRY   STILES 
•Bill"    .    .    .    Tedesc!"  nulelll" 

.  .  .  Carpentry  .  .  .  more  thon 
.  .  disposed  to  goodwill. 


DONNA  MARIE   STURTEVANT 
"oh,    broth-  -pry    oasy    to   get 

along    with    .    .    .    bubbling    personality 
II  make  a  good  nurse. 


SHIRLEY  MAE  STURTEVANT 

good  student  .  .  ,  horseback  riding 
...  a  true  Sturtevant's  Chick  .  .  . 
wants  to  teach  elementary  school  .  .  . 
U.N.  Trip. 


WINIFRED   ALMA   SWANSON 
Florida    .    .    .    boys   .    .    .    radio   fan    . 
Linda,    Diane    .    .    .    "Oh,    what   a    nice 
hairdo"  .  .  .  "Forget  about  it!!" 


PHILLIP  JAMES  TARANTINO 
"Hey,   Baby  Boy"  .  .   .  has  a  talent  for 
art,  which   he   hopes  to  carry  on  to  art 
school  .  .   .   likes  sports  of  all  types  .  .   . 
dark  and    handsome. 


MILDRED  CARROLL  TEWKSBURY 

always  smiling  .  .  .  friendly  .  .  .  Gail 
and  Doris  .  .  .  sewing  .  .  .  future  sec- 
retary .  .  .  "Milly." 


LINDA  RUTH   TIMMONS 
tranquil  .  .  .  but  wait  till  she's  with  he 
friends   .   .   .  light-hearted  and  gay  .   . 
un  with  Angie. 


ROSALIND   EDITH   TISON 
"You   used  to  couldn't"  .   .   .   Butch  and 
Bobby   .   .   .   talkative,   lively  and  full   of 
energy  .  .  .  anything  for  a  friend. 


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WILLIAM  LEONARD  TORREY 

"To  heck  with  it!!"  .  .  .  Mr.  Barclay 
.  .  .  to  radio  school  .  .  .  announcer 
.  .  .  debating  .  .  .  U.N.  Trip. 


ELIZABETH   SYLVIA  TRUE 
"B.T."   .    .    .   Silver   Lake's   star   debater 
.  .   .  enjoys  a  conversation  .  .  .  "Wanna 
buy  a  Laker  Legend?" 


V 


BARBARA  JEAN   TUBMAN 

"Barb"  .  .  .  serene  .  .  .  pleasing 
warmth  .  .  .  "Sorry,  no  boys  in  chorus 
this  year"  .  . 


CLEON   HAROLD  TURNER 

"Clem"  .  .  .  bowling  .  .  .  "You  rang??" 
.  .  .  art  support  for  Yearbook  ...  to 
be  a  commercial  artist  .  .  .  Kingston. 


DONNA   LOUISA   WALSH 
"Don"    .    .    .    big    brother  .    "good 

grief"    .       .    sincere    .       .   oh.   K>   iwoct 
.  .  .  hotel  gelling  up  jecrelory. 


KAREN    KAY   WALSH 
"K  K."  .  .      full  of  fun  .      .  Ml»»  Noppil 
fncnd  crowded    bowling    alley* 

.   con   be   found  working   on   French 
IV. 


ROBERT  EDWARD  WILLS 
Girls,    girls,    girls    .    .    .   full    of  fun    .    .   . 
Ray,    Vin    .    .    .   twist    .    .    .    "You    some 
kind  of  nut?"  .  .  .  Hayford's  store. 


DAVID  ALAN   WRIGHT 
"Haven't     gained      a      pound      in      five 
years!"    .    .    .    booky    joint    in    1  13    .    .    . 
basketball    .    .    .    success    is    his    ultimate 
goal. 


PHOEBE  JAN   WOODWARD 
rollerskating     .     .    .     library    .     .    .    "I'i 
going  over  the  store!"  .  .  .  Rainbow  . 
bogs  .  .  .  clarinet  and  oboe. 


35 


GAIL 

FRANCES 

WYMAN 

future 

in    ha 

irdressing 

...    a 

warm, 

sincere 

person    .    .    . 

'1    got    a 

letter 

from    . 

.!" 

.    .    .    loves 

horses   . 

.   .   "a 

laugh 

and  a 

half." 

ACTIVITIES 


WILLIAM  ADAIR:  Science  Club  1;  Basketball  1;  Baseball  1;  Gym  Club  1; 
Track  2;  Cross  Country    1 

PAULA  ALFIERI:  Future  Nurses  2,3,4,  secretary  3;  Chorus  2;  Drum  Major- 
ettes 3,4;  Freshman  Cheerleaders;  Junior  Prom  3;  Executive  Board  4 

ALMA  A.  ANTONIOTTI:  Student  Council  3,4;  Honor  Society  2,3,4,  treasur- 
er 4;  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  Basketball  1,2,3,4;  Monitor  Squad  3,4;  Junior 
Prom  3;  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Science  Fair  2,3;  Executive  Board  4 

WILLIAM  R.  ARRUDA:  Rifle  Club  2;  Football  4;  Gym  Club  2;  Track  1; 
Junior  Prom  3;  Monitor  Squad   1,4;  Senior  Reception  3 


VANESSA  B.  BRADFORD:  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Dra- 
matics Club  2,3,4;  Chorus  1,2,3;  Debate  Club  1,2,3,4;  Laker  Legend  1,2,3,4; 
Announcing   Staff    1,2,3,4 

JOHN  R.  BUHL:  Debate  Club  1,2;  Laker  Legend   1,2,4 

ROBERT  F.  BURBANK:  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Spanish  Club  4;  Band  1; 
Football    1,2 

GEORGIANNA  BURGESS:  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Yearbook  4;  Library  Club 
4;  Future  Teachers  1,2,3,4,  secretary  2,  vice-president;  Chorus  1,2,3,4; 
Junior  Prom  3;  Laker  Legend  2,3,4;  New  England  Chorus  3;  S.E.M.S.B.A. 
1;   Girls'   State;   Student  Council   4 


RONALD  D.  BURGESS:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Spanish  Club  4 

DORIS   D.   BURGHOLZER:  Yearbook  Staff  4 

DANIEL  F.  BURKE:  Class  Treasurer  1,  Class  President  2,  Class  Vice- 
president  3;  Student  Council  2,3,4;  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Basketball  1,2,3; 
Football   1,3,4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Track  1;  Spanish  Club  4 

IRENE  M.  BUTLER:  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Future  Teachers 
1,2,3,4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Laker  Legend  2,3,4 


EDWARD  L.  BACKUS:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Dramatics 
Club  3,4;  Science  Club  2;  Key  Club  3,4,  vice-president  4;  Debate  Club  2,3; 
Science  Fair  2,3;  Student  Council  4;  Executive  Board  4 

JEAN  M.  BAKER:  Executive  Board  1;  Home  Ec.  Club  1,2,3,4,  vice  president 
1,  secretary  2,3;  Future  Teachers   1,2,3,4 

CHRISTINE  BALTZER:  Honor  Society  3,4;  Dramatics  Club  3;  Junior  Prom  3; 
Cheerleaders  2,3;  Freshman  Cheerleaders,  co-captain 

JAMES   R.   BARROW:  Junior  Prom   3  . 

NANCY  J.  BARTLETT:  Student  Council  1;  Yearbook  S'aff  4;  Dramatics 
Club  3;  Pep  Squad  3;  Junior  Prom  3;  Future  Nurses  2;  Senior  Class  Play 
4 

DONALD  H.  BEARCE:  Chorus  2,3;  Football  1,2,3,4,  co-captain  4;  Track  2; 
Junior  Prom   3;   Hall   Monitor  3,4 

BARBARA  A.  BELL:   Basketball  2;  Junior  Prom  3 

MARY  C.  BENEA:  Student  Council  2,4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Future  Nurses 
2,3,4,  vice-president  3,4;  Chorus  1,2,3,4;  New  England  Chorus  3;  Pep 
Squad  3;  Junior  Prom  3;  Executive  Board  3,4;  Monitor  Squad  3,4,  captain  4; 
Laker  Legend    1;  Senior  Class  Play  4 

DAVID  B.  BERRIDGE:  Key  Club  3,4;  Football  3.4;  Debate  Club  1;  Track 
3,4;  Monitor  Squod   3 

JAMES  D.  BILL:  Yeorbook  4,  editor;  Dramatics  Club  2.3,4;  Science  Club  1,2; 
Key  Club  3,4;  Debate  Club  1,2;  Laker  Legend  1,2,4;  Announcing  Staff 
1,3.4;  Senior  Closs  Ploy  4;  Student  Council  4;  Science  Fair  2.3 


WEBSTER  B.  CAIN:  Debate  Club  1,2;  Junior  Prom  3;  Boys'  State  3 

VIRGINIA  R.  CALVERT:  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Chorus  2,3;  Pep  Squad  2; 
Junior   Prom   3 

ROBERT  H.  CARLETON:  Student  Council  2,3;  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  Junior 
Prom  3;  Executive  Board  2,3,4;  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Yeorbook  4 

RICHARD  D.  CHAHARYN:   Spanish  Club  2.3 

DAVID  H.  CHASE:   Basketball    1.2,3;  Track  2,3 

VINCENT  A  COGLIANO:  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Chorus  3,4;  Football  1,2,3; 
Baseball    I;  Class  President  4;  Yearbook  4 

JOE  D.  COLBURN:  Student  Council  2,3.4;  Dramatics  Club  2.3;  Key  Club 
2,3,4;  Track  1;  F.F.A.  2,3,4,  scntinol  3.  vicc-prcsldont  2,  president  4; 
Executive  Board  2 

LEE  R.  COLE:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Science  Club  2;  Basketball  1.  Track  2; 
Monitor  Squad  4 


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ANGELA   K.  COLLINS:   Glee  Club   2,3 

CATHERINE    N.    COSTA:    Senior   Class    Play    4;    Chorus    2,3;    Basketball    2; 
Pep  Squad  1;  Field  Hockey  2,3,4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Executive  Board  2 


MARIANNE  COTE:  Class  Historian  1;  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Yearbook  Staff 
4;  Library  Club  4;  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  French  Club  3;  Science  Club  2,3; 
Future  Teachers  1,2,3,4;  Chorus  1,2,3,4;  Band  3,4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Field 
Hockey  1;  Orchestra  1,2,3,4;  Laker  Legend  2,4;  S.E.M.S.B.A.  2;  South 
Eastern    District   Orchestra    1,2,3,4;   New    Enaland   Orchestra    2,3,4;   Student 


KATHLEEN  E.  FEARING:  Student  Council  1;  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Chorus 
1,2,3;   Drill   Team   3 

TERRY  S.  FIELD:  Yearbook  Staff  2,4;  Dramatics  Club  4;  French  Club  3; 
Band  1,2,3,4;  S.E.M.S.B.A.  3,4;  New  England  3;  Orchestra  4;  Junior  Prom 
3;  Chorus  4;  Senior  Class   Play  4 

ELLEN  P.  FITZGERALD:  Class  Historian  3;  Student  Council  3,4;  Chorus 
1,2,3,4;  Drum  Majorettes  2,3,4,  co-captain  4,-  Basketball  2,3;  Pep  Squad; 
Monitor  Squad  4;  Cheerleaders  1;  Executive  Board  1,2,3;  Senior  Class 
Play  4 

MARY  A.   FORD:   Future   Nurses  3,4 

JUDY  L.   FOWLER:   Chorus  2 

GEORGE  C.  FRISBEE:  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  Pep  Squad 
2,3;  Junior  Prom  3;  Track  3 

EUGENE  B.  FULMINE:  Basketball  1,2;  Football  1;  Track  1,2,4;  Cross 
Country   2 

DARRYL  E.  GALLETTI:  Basketball  1,2;  Baseball  2,3,4;  Art  Festival  1,2,4; 
Junior   Prom   3 


Council  4;  Senior  Class   Play  4;  Science   Fair  2,3;  Announcing   Staff   1,2,3,4, 
president  4 


DIANE   M.   GARUTI:   Yearbook   4;   Senior   Class   Play   4;   Dramatics   Club   4; 
Pep  Squad   2;  Junior   Prom   3 


CHARLES  D.  CURTISS:  Band   1,2,3,4;  Orchestra  2,3,4 

EDMOND   DANDENEAU:   Student  Council    1,2;   Senior  Class   Play   3,4;   Dra- 
matics Club  3,4;  Basketball  1;  Pep  Squad  2,3;  Tool  Club;  Junior  Prom 

CHERYL  A.   DAVIS:   Library  Club  4 

KATHLEEN  A.  DAVIS:  Field  Hockey  1;  Announcing  Staff  3 

ANGELO  T.   Dl   MARIO:   Class  Vice-President  4;  Student  Council   4;   Basket- 
ball   1,2;   Baseball    1,2,3,4;   Football    1,2,3,4 

RICHARD  J.  DOUGHERTY:  Baseball  2;  Art  Festival  1,2,4;  Junior  Prom  3 

KAREN  E.  EVERSON:  Chorus  1,2,3,4;  Basketball  1;  Art  Festival  1,2,4 

ROBERT  J.  EZEKIEL:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Office  Practice  4;  Executive  Board  4 


ROXANNE  L.  GILE:  Executive  Council  1;  Student  Council  2,3,4,  secretary 
3,4;  Honor  Society  2,3,4,  secretary  4;  Yearbook  Staff  2,4;  Senior  Class 
Play  4;  Dramatics  Club  2,3,4,  president  4;  Science  Club  2;  Future  Teachers 
1,2;  Chorus  1,2;  Drum'  Majorettes  2,3,4,  co-captain  3,  captain  4;  Basketball 
3,4;  S.E.M.S.C.A.  2,4,  secretary  4;  Laker  Legend  1;  Junior  Prom  3;  Cheer- 
leaders  1;  S.E.M.S.B.A.   2 

DOROTHY  P.  GOSLIN:  Basketball   1;  Gym  Club  1;  Field  Hockey  1,2,3,4 

JOANN  F.  GOVONI:  Latin  Club  2;  Lab  Staff  2;  Travel  Club  3;  Softball  3 

LINDA  E.  GUSTAFSON:  Student  Council  2,3,4;  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Year- 
book Staff  4;  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  Pep  Squad  3;  Drill  Team  3;  Junior  Prom 
3;  Executive  Board  3,4;  Monitor  Squad  4;  Senior  Class  Play 

PAUL  S.  HAMMOND:  Band  1,2,3,4;  Orchestra  1,3,4;  New  England  Band  3; 
S.E.M.S.B.A.  3;  Junior  Prom  3 


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MICHAEL  R.  HEMPHILL:  Football   1;  Track  1,2,3,4;  Cross  Country  2,3;  Junior 
Prom  3;  Spanish   Club  4 

ARTHUR  C.   HENNESSEY,   Track    1,2,3 

MEREDITH   G.    HIRSHON:   Student   Council   3;   Yearbook   Staff   4;   Dramatics 
Club  2;  Future  Nurses  2,3,4;  Chorus  1,2,4;  Pep  Squad  3;  Laker  Legend 


ROBERT  F.  HOINGHAUS:  Basketball  2,3,4;  Track  1,2,3 

CHRISTINE  HOWARD:  Student  Council  4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Senior  Class 
Play  4;  Future  Nurses  2,3,4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Cheerleaders  1,2,3,4,  captain 
4;   Executive   Board   2,3 

DAVID  W.  INMAN:  F.F.A.  1,2,3,4;  F.F.A.  Executive  Board  1,2,3;  F.F.A. 
Reporter 

HELEN  M.  JAMESON:  Student  Council  3;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  2,3; 
Field   Hockey  2,3,4;  Junior  Prom 

SANDRA  J.  JOUBERT:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  3;  Junior  Prom  3 

RITA  E.   KEOUGH:  Chorus   1,2,3,4;   Basketball    1 


DONNA   R.   LA  MARINE:   Latin  Club 

CHARLES  W.  LANTZ:   Key  Club  3,4;  Junior  Prom  3 

SEPPO  H.  LEHTO:  Honor  Society  3,  vice  president  4;  Yearbook  Staff  4; 
Senior  Class  Play  4;  Dramatics  Club  2,3,4;  Key  Club  3,4;  Debate  Club 
1,2,3,-  Announcing  Staff  2,3,4;  Lake  Legend  1,2;  Student  Council  4;  Science 
Fair  2,3. 

CHARLES  G.  LENNOX:  Class  President  3;  Student  Council,  vice-president 
3,  president  4;  Chorus  1,2;  Basketball  1,2;  Baseball  1,2,3,4;  Gym  Club  1; 
Cross  Country  1,2,3,4;  Monitor  Squad  3,4;  Laker  Legend  2,3;  Junior  Prom 
3;  Spanish   Club  3,4 

ELMER  R.  LINDVALL:  F.F.A.   1,2,3,4,  Executive  Board   1,2,3,4 

BONNIE  J.  LOOMER:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Science  Club  2,3;  Future  Teachers 
2,3,4;  Junior  Prom   3;  Spanish   Club  4 

ALAN  J.  MacCORMACK:  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Baseball  3 

JANET  M.  MALONI:  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  French  Club  4;  Future  Teachers 
2,3,4,  secretary  4;   Debate  Club    1,2 

CHARLES  M.  MANGIO:  French  Club  4;  Key  Club  3,4;  Track  2 

EDWIN  C.  MATHEWS:  Chorus  2,3;  Basketball  3,4;  Orchestra  2,3 

PHILIP  A.  McCORMACK:  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Dramatics  Club  4;  Tool  Club; 
Junior    Prom   3 

ALICE  J.  MclNTOSH:  Student  Council  4;  Future  Nurses  2,3;  Chorus  2,4; 
Junior   Prom   3 

JOHN   D.  McKAY:   Soccer,  Track,  Cross  Country 


ARTHUR  H.  KINCH:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Track  2; 
Cafeteria   Monitor  3;  Junior  Prom 

DONNA  L.  KLIMAS:  Student  Council  4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Senior  Class 
Play  4;  Junior  Prom  3;   Executive   Board    1 

JOSEPH  KUNKEL:  Student  Council  3,4,  vice-president  4;  Key  Club  3,4;  Base- 
ball Manager  1,2;  Executive  Board  3;  Junior  Prom  3;  Spanish  Club  2; 
F.F.A.    1,2,3,4 

ROTA  KVELUMS:  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Dramatics  Club 
1,2,3,4;  Science  Club  1,2,3,4,  secretary  3,  president  4;  Future  Nurses  2,3,4; 
Chorus  1,2,3,4;  Student  Council  4;  Laker  Legend  2,3,4;  Debate  Club  1; 
Announcing   Staff  2,3,4;  New   England  Chorus  3 


PATRICIA  A.  MERRILL:  Library  Club  3,4;  Future  Nurses  3,4;  Chorus  4; 
Basketball  2;  Field  Hockey  2;  Laker  Legend  4;  Announcing  Staff 

ROBERT  L.  MERRY:  Senior  Class  Play  3,4;  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  Tool  Club; 
Junior   Prom   3 

DIANE  M.  NAVA:  Student  Council  1,2,3,4;  Yearbook  Staff,  Business  Editor; 
Chorus  1,2,4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Future  Nurses,  1,2,3,4,  vice-president  2, 
president  3,4 

MARY  M.  NICHOLSON:  Class  Secretary  1,2,3,4;  Student  Council  1,4; 
Yearbook  Staff  4;  Future  Nurses  3;  Chorus  1;  Basketball  2;  Pep  Squad  3; 
Field  Hockey  1,2,3,4;  Junior  Prom  3;  Drill  Team  3;  Cheerleaders  1;  Senior 
Class   Play  4;   Executive   Board    1,2,3,4 


WILBERT  R.  NICKERSON:  Key  Club  2,3,4;  Art  Festival  2;  Junior  Prom 
SANDRA    L.    NORDIN:    Student   Council    2;   Chorus    1,2;   Junior    Prom    3 
EDWARD  A.   NORRIE:   F.F.A.   1,2,3,4,  treasurer   1,2,  executive  board    1.2,3 
ANNE   E.  O'BRIEN:   Senior  Class  Play  4;   Basketball   2,3,4;  Tennis    1,2,3,4 

DAVID  O'CONNOR:  Basketball  2,3;  Baseball  2;  Gym  Club   1;  Spanish  Club 

1 

PATRICIA  O'CONNOR:  Student  Council  3;  Yearbok  Staff  4;  Junior  Prom 

JAMES  W.  O'FIHELLY:   Band   3,4 

JOAN    S.    PARKER:    Honor   Society   3,4;   Yearbok   Staff   4;    Basketball    1,2,3; 
Tennis   3;  Chorus  4 


Student  Council  2,  treasurer  3,4;  Class  treasurer  2,3,4;  Laker  Legend  2; 
Dramatics  Club  3;  Cheerleaders  1,  Co-captain;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Honor 
Society  2,3,   historian   4 


MARSHA  E.  RANDALL:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Band  1,2,3,4;  Band  1,2,3,4; 
Basketball  1,2,3,4;  Field  Hockey  2;  Tennis  2,3,4;  Orchestra  2,3,4;  Junior 
Prom  3;  S.E.M.S.B.A.,  New  England  Band  3,4;  Girls'  State 

JOANN  REARDON:  Class  vice-president  1,2;  Student  Council  2;  Yearbook 
Staff  4;  Chorus  1,2,4;  Field  Hockey  1;  Junior  Prom  3;  Cheerleaders  1,2,3,4 

LINDA  M.  RUPRECHT:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  2,3 

MARY  LOU  SAYLES:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Senior  Class  Play  4;  Field  Hockey  1; 
Junior  Prom  2;  Spanish  Club  3;  Cheerleaders  1,2,3,4;  Girls'  State 


JUDITH  A.  PARKER:  Honor  Society  3,4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Basketball 
1,2,3,4;  Tennis   3,4 

GAIL  PERKINS:  Chorus  1;  Home  Ec.  Club  1,2;  Glee  Club  1,2,3 

DWIGHT  PIERCE:  Gym  Club  2,3;  Track  3,4;  Weightlifting  Club  2 

JUDITH  M.  POPE:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  2,4;  Drum  Majorettes  4;  Bas- 
ketball 2,3;  Pep  Squad  2;  Junior  Prom  3;  Executive  Board  2,3 

BARRY  G.  PRATT:  Student  council  1,2,3,4;  Chorus  1,2,3;  Band  1,2,3,4; 
Baseball  1;  Football  1,2,3,4;  Gym  Club  1;  Pep  Squad  2;  Orchestra  1,2,3,4; 
S.E.M.S.B.A.  1,2,3,4;  New  England  Chorus  3,4;  All  State  Chorus  3;  South- 
eastern   District  Chorus  2,3 

DAVID  L.  PRATT:  Rifle  Club  1;  Basketball  1,2,3;  Track  1,2,3,4;  Hall  Monitor 
2 

FRANCIS  E.   PRESCOTT:  Basketball  3;  Gym  Club   1 

PHILIP  R.  PROCTOR:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Library  Club  4;  Chess  Club  1; 
Rifle  Club  1;  Key  Club  3,4;  Debate  Club  1;  Junior  Prom  3 

JoANN  N.  RANDALL:  Band  1,2,3,4;  Orchestra  1,2,3,4;  Chorus  1,2,3,4; 
Southeastern  District  Band  1,2,-  S.E.M.S.B.A.  1,2,3;  New  England  Concert 
Festival   3,4;   Future  Teachers    1,   treasurer  2,  vice-president   3,   president  4; 


WILLIAM  T.  SCANLAN:  Spanish  Club  1,2;  vice-president  3;  Senior  Class 
Play 

ROGER  W.   SEAMANS:   Basketball   3;   Baseball    1 

LAWRENCE  D.  SEARS:  Student  Council  3;  Honor  Society  2,3,4;  Yearbook 
Staff  4;  Dramatics  Club  2,3,4;  Debate  Club  1,2,3,4;  Announcing  Staff 
2,3,4,  president  3,  vice-president  4;  Science  Fair  3;  Laker  Legend  1,2 

PETER  J.  SGARZI:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Junior  Prom  3 

CURTIS  A.  SHAW:   Chorus   1,2 

MARILYN  E.  SHAW:  Student  Council  3,4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Basketball 
2,3,4;  Field  Hockey  1,2,3,4,  captain  4;  Monitor  Squad  4;  Junior  Prom  3; 
Cheerleaders  1;  Executive  Board  4;  Class  Historian  4;  Senior  Class  Play 

GUY  A.  SILVESTER:  Library  Club  4;  Key  Club  2,3,4,  president  4;  Chorus 
1,2,3;  Band  1,2,3,4;  Baseball  1;  S.E.M.S.B.A.;  Orchestra  1,2,3,4;  Spanish 
Club   1 

DIANE  E.  SOUSA:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  French  Club  4;  Future  Teachers 
1,2,3,4;  Chorus  2,3,4;  Band  1,2,3,4;  Orchestra  1,2;  Junior  Prom 


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DIANE  G.  STANLEY:  Dramatics  Club  3,4;  Science  Club  2,3;  Chorus  2,3,4; 
Laker  Legend  4;  Spanish  Club  3,4;  Southeastern  District  Chorus  3;  New 
England   Chorus  3 

DONNA  M.  STURTEVANT:  Future  Nurses  1,2,3,4;  Chorus  2,3;  Junior 
Prom  3 

SHIRLEY  M.  STURTEVANT:  Student  Council  4;  Honor  Society  3,4;  Yearbook 
staff  4;  Future  Teachers  2;  Basketball  3;  Junior  Prom  3;  Executive  Board 
3;   Spanish   Club   3,4 

WINIFRED  A.  SWANSON:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  1,4;  Junior  Prom  3; 
Spanish   Club   3 

PHILLIP  J.  TARANTINO:  Student  Council  4;  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Senior 
Class  Play  4;  Dramatics  Club  3;  Baseball  3,4;  Cross  Country  3;  Junior 
Prom 

MILDRED  C.  TEWKSBURY:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  1,2,3 

LINDA   R.  TIMMONS:  Junior  Prom  3 

ROSALIND  E.  TISON:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Library  Club  3,4;  French  Club 
2,3,4;  Future  Teachers  2;  Chorus  1,2,3,4;  Orchestra  1,4;  Laker  Legend  4; 
Junior   Prom 

WILLIAM  L.  TORREY:  Student  Council  2,3;  Dramatics  Club  2,3,4;  Key 
Club  3,4;  Debate  Club  1,2,3,4;  Announcing  Staff  2,3,4;  Laker  Legend  2 

ELIZABETH  S.  TRUE:  Class  Historian  2;  Student  Council  2,4;  Honor  Society 
2,3,4;  Dramatics  Club  2,3,4;  Future  Teachers  3,4;  Chorus  1,2,3,4;  Debate 
Club  1,2,3,4,  secretary  1,2,3,4;  New  England  Chorus  3;  Laker  Legend 
1,2,3,4,  assistant  editor  3,  editor  4;  Spanish  Club  3,4;  Announcing  staff 
1,2,3,4,  secretary  1,2,3,4;  Science  Fair;  American  Legion's  Oratorical 
Contest   1,2;  Art  Festival   2 


BARBARA  J.  TUBMAN:   Chorus   1,2,3,4 

CLEON  H.  TURNER:  Yearbok  Staff  3,4,  Art  editor  4 


FRANCIS  W.  TURNER:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Football  2;  Junior  Prom  3;  Execu- 
tive  Board   3,4 

RICHARD  C.  TURNER:  Football   1,2;  Junior  Prom  3 


DONNA  L.  WALSH:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Future  Nurses  3,4;  Basketball  2; 
Field   Hockey  2 

KAREN  K.  WALSH:  Library  Club  1,4;  French  Club  3,4;  Rifle  Club  2;  Future 
Nurses    4;    Future    Teachers    2;    Chorus    1,4;    Announcing    Staff    4;    Laker 

Legend   3 

BARBARA  K.  WELCH:  Yearbook  Staff  3,4;  Future  Nurses  3;  Chorus  2 

ROBERT  E.  WILLS:  Basketball  2;  Executive  Board  2 

PHOEBE  J.  WOODWARD:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  2,3,4;  Library  Club 
3,4;  Dramatics  Club  3.4;  Band  1,2.3,4;  Basketball  1;  Student  Council  4; 
Debate  Club  1,2;  Announcing  Staff  2.3.4;  Orchestra  1.2,3;  Loker  Legend 
3,4;  Spanish  Club  3,4;  Southeastern  District  Band  2;  New  England  Band 
3;  S.E.M.S.B.A.  3 

DAVID  A.  WRIGHT:  Basketball   1,2,  Gym  Club   I 

GAIL  J.  WYMAN:  Yearbook  Staff  4;  Chorus  2.3 


•M) 


EDITORIAL 


FIRST  ROW:  D.  Klimas,  E.  Fitzgerald,  M.  Shaw,  J.  Bill,  V.  Calvert,  J.  Parker,  T.  Field; 
SECOND  ROW:  C.  Costa,  N.  Bartlett,  R.  Gile,  M.  Cote,  J.  Pope,  J.  Parker,  S.  Sturtevant; 
THIRD  ROW:  M.  Nicholson,  L.  Gustafson,  V.  Bradford,  I.  Butler,  R.  Kvelums,  J.  Randall, 
G.  Burgess;  FOURTH  ROW:  R.  Ezekiel,  L.  Sears,  E.  Backus,  S.  Lehto.  ADVISOR:  Mrs.  Cherry 


JAMES   D.   BILL 
Editor-in-chief 


SEPPO   H.   LEHTO 
Photographer 


CLEON   H.  TURNER 
Art  Editor 


19M63 


BUSINESS 


MRS.  CHERRY 


FIRST  ROW:  D.  Sousa,  J.  Parker,  M.  Tewksbury,  L.  Gustafson,  D.  Nava,  M.  Shaw,  L.  Covell,  M. 
Ford,  C.  Howard;  SECOND  ROW:  A.  Antoniotti,  J.  Reardon,  A.  O'Brien,  J.  Parker,  M.  Sayles,  C. 
Frye,  E.  Fitzgerald,  D.  Klimas,  C.  Costa,  N.  Bartlett,  P.  Alfieri,  S.  Joubert,  L.  Ruprecht,  W.  Swanson; 
THIRD  ROW:  D.  Burgholzer,  V.  Bradford,  D.  Garuti,  M.  Randall,  G.  Wyman,  J.  Pope,  D.  Walsh, 
K.  Fearing,  N.  Anderson,  M.  Benea,  S.  Sturtevant;  FOURTH  ROW:  R.  Ezekiel,  V.  Cogliano,  L. 
Cole,  D.  Pierce,  R.  Burgess,  W.  Arruda.  ADVISOR:  Mrs.   Nickerson 


DIANE   M.   NAVA 
Business   Editor 


MRS.   NICKERSON 


AWARD  RECIPIENTS 


Daniel  Burke,  Edward  Backus,  Terry  Field,  Seppo  Lehto. 

NATIONAL  MERIT  SCHOLARSHIP 

CONTEST 


DAUGHTERS  OF  THE 

AMERICAN  REVOLUTION  AWARD 


JoAnn  Randal 


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BAUSCH  &  LOMB 

BETTY  CROCKER 
HOMEMAKER  OF  TOMORROW 


Terry  Field 


GOOD  GOVERNMENT 
REPRESENTATIVE 


Laurence  Sears 


BOYS'  STATE 


GIRLS'  STATE 


Webster  Cain 


Georgianna 
Burgess 

Marsha  Randall 

Mary  Lou  Sayles 


JUNIOR  PROM 


"Stars  hung  suspended  above  a  floating  yellow  moon"  as 
months  of  anxious  hours  ended  on  April  27,  1962.  The 
beauty  of  silvered  trees  against  a  mist-blue  castle,  and 
the  music  of  the  Bridgewater  State  Orchestra  trans- 
formed our  gymnasium  into  a  "Wonderland  By  Night." 


WONDERLAND  BY  NIGHT 


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SENIOR  CLASS  PLAY 


MY  THREE  ANGELS 


Our  fine  feathered  friends  came  to  the  rescue  as 
"Janice"  was  the  hit  of  the  play.  "My  Three  Angels" 
didn't,  however,  need  a  chicken  to  make  the  audi- 
ences realize  what  a  success  our  endeavor  was. 
November  16  and  17,  1962  were  the  nights,  Miss 
Margeson  the  director,  and  three  convicts  the  at- 
tention getters.  The  cast  enjoyed  themselves  as 
much  as  the  visitors,  and  it  all  went  to  make  a 
Senior  Class  Play  long  to  be  remembered. 


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SUPERLATIVES 

CLASS  APPLE  POLISHERS 


G.   Lennox,   A.   Antoniotti 


MOST  MUSICAL 


J.   Randall,   B.   Pratt 


MOST  ATHLETIC 


BEST  DRESSED 


M.   Shaw,   D.   Pratt 


BEST  DANCERS 


M.  Soyles,  D.  Bearce 


M.   Randall.   A    DiMorio 


CLASS  FLIRTS 


M.   Hemphill,  J.   Reardon 


CLASS  CLOWNS 


MOST  INTELLECTUAL 


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N.   Bartlett 
A.   Kinch 


T.   Field,   L.   Sears 


CLASS  ARTISTS 


MOST  POPULAR 


V.   Cogliano 
M.   Nicholson 


K.    Davis,    P.   Tarantino 


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Faculty 


ENGLISH 


MRS.  MARY  C.  CHERRY 

English   Department  Co-Chairman 

Colby  College,  A.B. 


MRS.  RUTH   BILL 
Simmons  College,   B.S. 


MISS  JANICE  MARGESON 
Bates  College,  A.B. 


MR.  JOHN  J.  ROCK 
Providence  College,   Ph.B 


MR.  JOHN  A.  SMITH,  JR. 
Tufts  College,  A.B. 
Boston   University,  A.M. 


MR.  ERNEST  J.  MILLER,  JR. 
Eastern  Nazarene  College,  B.S. 


MRS.  ANNA  HILL 
English   Department  Co-Chairman 
Sam  Houston  State  Teachers  College, 
A.B. 


MRS.  BEATRICE   SPRAGUE 
Stat*  Colltg*  at  Bridgwater, 
B.S.  in  Ed. 


MR.  SAMUEL  M.  KEITH 

Junior  High  English  Department 

Chairman 
Junior  High  School  Assistant 
Cornell   University,   B.A. 
State  College  at  Bridgewater,  M.Ed. 


MR.  JOHN  H.  McCORMICK 
Harvard    University,   B.S. 
Boston  Teachers  College,  M.Ed 


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MRS.  HARRIET  A.  NATHANSON 

Syracuse  University,  A.B. 

State  College  at  Bridgewater,  M.Ed. 


University  of  Mass.,  B.A. 
Louisianna  State  University,  M.Ed 


MRS.  MARY  J.  PACKARD 
State  College  at  Framingham, 
B.S.  in  Ed. 


SOCIAL  STUDIES 


MR.  GERALD  S.  BARCLAY 
New  York  University,  B.S. 


MR.  ANTHONY  F.  SIRRICO 
State  College  at  Bridgewater, 
B.S.,  M.Ed. 


MR.  JAMES  F.  SHAW 
Holy  Cross  College,  B.S. 


MR.  ROBERT  A.  WADE 
Willimantic  State  College,  B.S. 


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MR.  ALFRED  W.  BRUNEAU 
University  of  Mass.,  B.S. 
Vanderbilt  University,  M.A. 


MR.  EDWARD  F.  PARKS,  JR. 
Tufts  College,  A.B. 
Boston  College,  M.Ed. 


MISS  BARBARA  SHEFFTZ 
Brandeis  University,   B.A. 


MR.  MAURICE  J.  SPLAINE,  JR. 
Holy  Crou  Colltge.  B.S. 


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FOREIGN 
LANGUAGES 


MISS  HILDEGARDE  A.  GILLIS 
Emmanuel   College,  A.B. 


MRS.  OLIVE   HASSON 
Boston   University,  B.M. 


MR.  LOUIS  F.  YAGER 

Eastern  Nazarene  College,  B.A. 


MISS  ROSANNA  L.  COLEMAN 
Boston   College,   B.A. 


MATHEMATICS 


MRS.  SYLVIA  BJORNHOLM 
State  College  at  Bridgewater, 
B.S  in  Ed.,  M.Ed. 


MISS  PATRICIA  BRADY 
Brown   University,  A.B. 


MRS.  MARJORIE  L.  ROUNDS 
Math.  Department  Chairman 
Radcliffe  College,  A.B. 


MR.  A.  DONALD  McALEER 
Boston  College  B.S.  in  Ed. 


MR.  ALFRED  HORN,  JR. 

State  College  at  Boston,  B.S. 

State  College  ot  Bridgewater,  M.Ed. 


MR.  DONALD  H.  RANDALL 
Bowdoin   College,   A.B. 
Boston   University,  A.M. 


MR.  RONALD  N.  FALLON 
Boston  College,  B.S. 


MR.  ALEXANDER  W.  CARNATHAN 
Brown   University,  A.B. 


MISS  PHYLLIS  A.  DENNETT 
Northtattern  Univonily,  B.A. 
Stat*  College  at  Bridgewoltr.  M  Ed. 


SCIENCE 


MR.  ROBERT  J.  COAKLEY 

State  College  at  Boston,  B.S.  in  Ed. 


MR.  DONALD  D.  ATWOOD 

State  College  at  Bridgewater,  B.S. 


MRS.  JEAN  McCULLOCH 
University  of  New  Hampshire,  B.S. 


MR.  WILLIAM  P.  CLOUGHERTY 
State  College  at  Boston,  B.S.  in  Ed. 


MR.  WILLIAM  J.  MARKEE 
Kansas  State  University,  B.S. 


COMMERCIAL 


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MRS.  CATHERINE  P.  BREEN 
Boston  University,  B.A.,  M.Ed. 


MRS.  ANNA  E.  CHIROS 
Burdette   College 


MRS.  ELINOR  CHURCHILL 
Boston    University,   B.S. 


MR.  DAVID  F.  CRONIN 
Commercial   Department  Chairman 
Boston   College,   B.S. 
State  College  at  Boston,  M.Ed. 


MRS.  MARYHELEN   FEELEY 
D'You'ville  College,   B.S. 


MRS.   EMILY   NICKERSON 
Boston   University,   B.S.S. 


VOCATIONAL 


MRS.  GENEVIEVE  M.  PRATT 
State  College  at  Framingham 
B.S.  in   Ed. 


MRS.  JEAN  L.  NUMMI 
State  College  at  Bridgewater, 
B.S.   in   Ed. 


MR.  JOHN   SEMPLE 
Hamilton  College  A.B. 
Boston   Univerjity,  M.F.A. 


LIBRARIAN 


MISS  MARY  A. 

State  College  at  Boston,  B.S.  in  Ed. 


HOME  ECONOMICS 


SR1ETTA  E.  WHEELER 
imgton  State  College,  B.S. 


INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS 


MR.  LEONELLO  J.  BERTOCCHI 

State  College  at  Fitchburg,  B.S.  in  Ed. 


SCHOOL  NURSE 


MRS.  HELEN  D.  PETERSON 
Jordan  Hospital  School  of  Nursing, 
R.N. 


SPECIAL  CLASSES 


MR.  RALPH  B.  CHOUINARD 
Boston    U g i versity 


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MR.   PAUL  CURRAN 
Pasadena  City  College,  A.A. 
Boston  University,  B.S. 


OFFICE  STAFF 


CUSTODIANS  CAFETERIA  STAFF 


Mrs.  Cote 


Mrs.  Post 


Miss  Bersani 


Mrs.   Deam 


Mr.   St.   Pierre 


Mrs.  Maurer  —  Matron 


Mr.  Rossi 


INTERNS 


Mr.   Maglathlin 


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Mr.   Nelson  Mr.   Sweeney 


Mr.  Neal 


Mr.  Call  —  Head  Custodian 


Mrs.  Fest 


Mrs.  DiMario 


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Mrs.  Roncarati 


Mrs.   Souza 


Mrs.   Arruda 


Mr.   Fortini 


Mrs.    Cartor 


Mrs.   Maloguti 


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Vice-President 
Georgeanne   Doody 


Homeroom   Representatives 
FIRST  ROW:  J.   Burk,   P.   Harkins,  J.   Malone,  J.  Alberghini, 
P.  Wisti,  C.   Robare;  SECOND  ROW:   R.  Revell,  S.   DeFelice, 
R.  Stewart,  W.  Shaw,  M.  Gile,  G.  Bostock. 


Treasurer 

Historian 

Bonnie  Wheeler 

Catherine    Harkins 

Secretary 

Mary   Reed 

Advisors 

Mr.  Coakley  Mr.  Smith 

Miss  Gillis 


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D.  Afienko 
J.  Alberghini 
S.  Allsopp 
A.   Ayers 
J.   Baker 
P.    Barkhouse 
D.   Barneft 

F.  Bartletf 
D.   Bates 
S.    Bean 
M.   Bearce 
D.   Benson 
L.   Berglund 
R.   Bersani 
S.   Beserick 

G.  Bostock 

F.  Bosworfh 

G.  Boudreau 
G.  Braddock 
J.   Bradford 

J.   Breidenthal 
J.   Burk 
L.   Burke 

F.  Cain 

C.  Cavacco 

A.  Chasse 
J.  Chupaila 
C.   Churchill 

G.  Clark 
R.  Clark 
R.  Clark 
W.  Clerke 

B.  Cloudman 
R.  Cogliano 
J.  Cook 


B.  Cowan 

B.  Crosscup 
P.  Cuddyre 
A.   Curtis 

J.   Dabrowski 
E.    Davidson 

C.  Davis 
K.  Davis 
H.    Dean 

S.   DeFelice 
J.   Delaney 
J.   Desnoyer 
J.  Donovan 
S.   Douglas 

D.  Dunn 


N.  Emery 
T.   Fabian 
S.   Ferguson 
D.    Fernald 


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Figlioli 
Flood 
Floros 

Fo99 
Fontaine 
Forcier 
Frye 
Gauquier 


40^%,  0*^$k 


Holyoke 

Holzworth 

Holzworth 

Horn 

Hoyt 
Hoyt 

Hunt 

Johnson 

Jones 

Joubert 
.    Kerr 

Kessler 

Kilroy 

Krueger 

Kunkel 
.   La  Crosse 

Landry 

Lanzillotta 
.    Leafer 
.   Lewis 

Libby 

Lounge 
.   MacFarlane 

MacPhail 

Madeiros 

Malone 

Martin 
.   Martin 


Gile 
Gill 
Glass 

Grover 

Gunning 

Harkins 

Hobbs 

Hogan 


C.  Merrill 
K.  Miller 
G.  Milane 
C.  Mooney 
T.  Morris 
M.  Nava 
L.  Nicholas 

C.  Nilosek 
B.  Nichols 
J.  Paris 
N.   Parker 

D.  Pierce 
N.  Pinkham 
A.  Poirier 


M.  Valenziano 
J.  Vallen 
P.  Wisti 
R.  Woodbury 
J.  Wager 
C.  Warnsman 
J.  White 


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President 
Christopher   Binns 


Mrs.   Chiros 


Advisors 


Miss   Margeson 


Vice-President 
Margaret   Brennan 


Secretary 
Susan    Darsch 


Treasurer 
Cynthia    Henrich 


Homeroom   Representatives 
FIRST   ROW:   J.   VanWeelden,   M.   Packard;   SECOND   ROW:   J.    Lyons,    P.   Anfi;   THIRD 
ROW:   E.   Jameson,   R.  Curtis. 


Historian 
Deborah    Hollman 


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W.  .Abbott,  R.  Adair,  L. 
Alfieri,  B.  Amado,  W. 
Angell,  L  Angie,  G. 
Angley,   P.  Anti. 


F.  Banks,  A.  Barnaby,  C. 
Barnett,  J.  Bachelder,  S. 
Beane,  J.  Becker,  V.  Be- 

nea,  T.   Bennett. 


J.  Benotti,  R.  Benway,  M. 
Berridge,  S.  Berriault. 


C.  Bezanson,  R.  Bouchard, 
C.  Brackett,  A.  Brieden- 

Thal. 


A.  Briggs,  S.  Bruce,  S. 
Bruce,  J.  Bunce,  L.  Bur- 
gess, J.  Burke,  B.  Burn- 
ham,  G.   Burrows. 


J.  Bussolari,  H.  Caden- 
head,  J.  Calista,  P.  Carey, 
F.  Carlson,  M.  Cash,  C. 
Chandler,  G.  Chase. 


D.  Childs,  W.  Churchill,  J. 
Cicero,   R.  Cicero,  W. 
Clark,  S.  Clerke,  L.  Cline, 
P.  Cobb. 


T.  Coffin,  B.  Cole,  K.  Con- 
roy,  D.  Correa,  J.  Critch, 
J.  Curry,  R.  Curtis,  J. 
Davidson. 


H.  Davidson,  R.  Davidson, 
K.  Dietrick,  D.  Drew,  B. 
Dusevitch,  M.  Ellis,  W. 
Ellis,  W.   Ellis. 


S.  Ferrell,  N.  Fitzgerald 
R.  Flood,  D.  Fogg,  R. 
Fontes. 


L.  Forbes,  B.  Ford,  R. 
Fortier,  S.  Gallivan,  E 
Gauquier. 


D.  Geilear,  L.  Gerstel,   K.   Gibbs 


P.  Grandi,  J.  Grant,  C.  Grey,  T.  Griffith,  J.  Gronberg, 

K.  Hall,   P.   Hall. 


L.    Harris,    C.    Hatch,    G.    Hawkins,    M.    Heath,    K.    Hen- 
nessy,  J.   Henrich,   D.   Hird. 


P.   Hobson,   S.   Holden,  C.   Holmes,   E.   Holmes,    P.   How- 
ard, J.   Howe,   H.   Hubert. 


J.     Hunter,     T.     landoli,     R.     Ingham,     B.     Jobling,     D. 
Jobling,  J.  Joubert,   R.  Joubert. 


M.     Julian,    J.     Killam,     P.     Kriegal,     J.     La  France,     M. 
Lampi,  S.   Laurenti,  M.   LaVigne. 


M.    Lehto,   J.   Leonardi,   G.    Lillie,   S.    Lind,   L.    Lombardi, 
W.  Loomer,   E.   Loring. 


V.    Luiz,     P.     Lyman,    J.     Lyons,     I.    MacLeod,     B.    Mac- 
Namara,   R.  Malaguti,   D.  Malone. 


T.  Mangano,  A.  Martin,  S. 
Matinzi,   B.  Maxwell. 


D.  McAdams,  J.  McCoombs,  R. 
McCue,  M.  Mendenhall. 


F.  Merrill,  P.  Miles,  W.  Mix, 
S.  Montoiro. 


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R.  Moore,  G.  Morrissey,  J. 
Moquin,  D.  Nova,  P.  Nordin,  C. 
Norrman,  C.  Notto,  J.  Nute. 


C.  Ochs,  B.  O'Connor,  L.  Os- 
borne, M.  Packard,  P.  Peck, 
L.  Persons,  G.  Peterson,  M. 
Pimental. 


L.  Pineau,  T.  Poirier,  S.  Ponte, 
W.  Pratt,  D.  Proctor,  I.  Rams- 
dell,  J.  Recke,  M.  Riddell. 


D.  Ring,  L.  Robbins,  C.  Rogers, 
K,  Roine,  R.  Rossati,  P.  Rossi, 
C.  Santerre,  D.  Sargent. 


S.  Shiverick,  C.  Sciacca,  G. 
Sciacca,  D.  Sears,  R.  Shaw,  C. 
Sheehan,  A.  Silva,  D.  Slack, 


I.  Smith,  J.  Smith,  K.  Smith, 
F.  Solari,  D.  Springer,  K.  Staf- 
ford, M.  Stewart,  C.  Strauser. 


J.  Wood,  K.  Wood 
L.  Woodbury,   R. 
Woodworth. 


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Home    Room    Representatives 
FRONT    ROW:    E.    Duffy,    D.    Bill,    J.    Tassinari,    D.    Grover,    M.    Lemerise;    BACK    ROW: 
N.  Short,  J.  O'Brien. 


Mrs.    Lootz 


Advisor; 


Mr.   Markee 


President 
Emmaline   Lee 


Vice-president 
Warren    Strassel 


Secretary 
Patricia    Ferguson 


Treasurer 
Robert  Gassett 


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Hoikv  Dohnke 


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E.  Drake,  E.  Duffy,'  R.  Dyson,  S,  Edmond. 


M.    Adams,    L,    Afienko,    M.    Albana,    J.    Andrews,    E. 
Backus,  R.  Bailey. 


J.    Balboni,    D,    Borbieri,    R.    Barnes,    D.    Barrington,   S. 
Batson,  S.   Bean, 


L    Bennett,   G.    Bent,   R,    Besarick,   J,    Bevis,   D,   Bill,   S, 
Bond. 


L,    Bosworth,    I.    Braddock,    J.    Brennon,    D.    Braw,    S. 
Burgess,  M.  Cahill. 


L.    Calhoun,    J.    Campbell,    S.    Carlson,    J,    Cater,    K. 
Caulfield,  G.  Clark. 


S.    Clark,    W.    Clark,    S.    Clarke,    M.    Cole,    R.    Cole, 
M,  Comee. 


S.     Comee,     C.     Connelly,     C.     Cook,     J.     Cook,     A. 
Cornwall,  J.  Costa. 


C.    Covell,    S,    Crowell,    S.     Darsch,    K.     Dearbon,    R, 
Donavon,  A.  Doten. 


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G.  Ekstrom,  B.  Everson,  L  Fagan,  R,  Fairweather. 


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S.  Farrar,  K.  Farrell,  C.  Flynn. 


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E.   Flynn,   B.   Fontaine. 


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H.    Frame,    G.    Frattasie,    A.    Fries,    M.    Fuller,    A.    Furtado,    A.    Furtado,    W. 
Garuti,  K.  Gilli,  D.  Gilman,  E.  Goff,  L.  Gould,  L.  Govoni. 


M.  Gray,   D.   Grover,    E.   Haen,   K.   Hall,   W.  , Hammond,   A.   Handy,  J.    Hannigan, 
C.  Hayden,  E.  Hill,  E.  Holmes,   E.  Holmes,  M.   landoli. 


W.    Kinsman,    I.    Kvelums,    D.    LaCrosse,    G.    LaCrosse,    R.    Ladd,    J.    La  more,    P. 
Landry,  L.  Lane,  K.  Lapham,  M.  LaValley,  M.  Lemerise,  S.  Lennox. 


A.    Lind,    S.    Lindvall,    A.    Longo,    K.    Lundgren,    T.    MacKenzie,    G.    Martin,    J. 
Mathews,  H.  McCordell,  E.  McGary,  K.  McGlone,  W.  Mcintosh,  J.  McMorrow. 


E.    McNamara,    F.    Melberg,    G.    Mendall,    K.    Migre,    D.    Miller,    D.    Minor,    J. 
Monk,  D.  Monteiro,  D.  Monteiro,  T.  Montgomery,  P.  Morrissey,  N.  Morse. 


G.   Motte,   N.   Mullen,   G.   Nava,  J.   Nicholas,   S.   Nichols,   C.   Nilosek,   R.   Nolan, 
J.   Nordin,  J.   Norman,  J.  O'Brien,   R.  Ochs,  J.  O'Gorman. 


C.  O'Neal,   L.    Parker,   B.    Perry,   L.    Peterson,   C.    Pickett,    P.    Pierce,   W.    Pinkhan 
G.  Pratt,  L.   Preble,   P.   Prescott,  S.   Prouty,  S.  Quinn. 


P.    Reardon,    K.    Ring,    L.    Rioux,    L.    Rogers,    L.    RufFmi,    D.    Ruggles,    M.    Russo, 
E.  Scott,   P.  Scott,  D.  Shawles,   N.  Short,  E.  Siemers. 


C.    Smith,    E.    Smith,    F.    Smith,    K.    Smith,    J.    Snyder,    R.    Spense,    R.    Springer, 
M.  Stanton,  E.  Stevens,  L.  Stewart,  S.  Strauser,  J.  Tassinari. 


G.   Taube,    D.   Thibodeau,   J.   Thomas,   M.   Tocher,   M.   True,   M.   Truskowski,    B. 
Turner,   R.  Twofoot,  B.  Varney,  C.  Vining,  S.  Walker,   P.  Ward. 


F.  Well,   M.   Wenners,  M.   Whiston,   L.   Whitely,   S.   Whiting,   J.   Wilcox,    P.   Wil- 
son, L.  Wingard,  N.  Wood,  W.  Wood,  D.  Woodworth,  N.  Worsham. 


R.  Zoccolante 


VOCATIONAL  AGRICULTURE 


FIRST  ROW:  G.  Vinal,  R.  Wiksten,  D.  Craft,  D.  Gray,  C.  Crase,  D.  Ward,  K.  Sutherland,  R.  Cook, 
J.  Wiksten,  C.  Meyer;  SECOND  ROW:  W.  Laivo,  L.  Cushman,  J.  Barboza,  B.  Roberts,  J.  Hanelt,  E. 
Carpenter,  C.   Paulding,  W.  Shaw,  F.   Kunkel,  J.  Cowan.  ADVISOR:  Mr.   Fraser. 


Senior   FFA   Members 
F.   Turner,   D.    Inman,   J.    Kunkel,   J.   Colburn. 


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VOCATIONAL  AUTOMOTIVE 


FIRST  ROW:  G.  Gallerani,  F.  Dearing,  F.  Neilson,  A.  McArthur,  G.  Young;  SECOND  ROW:  J.  Ward,  J. 
Frisbee,  J.  Sturtevant,  J.  Goodman,  R.  Pierce,  C.  Whitcomb,  D.  Goode,  B.  Cushing;  THIRD  ROW:  A.  Gil- 
bert,  C.Tanmer,  G.  Van  Looy,  W.  Furness,  J.  Holmes,  W,  Krause,  C.  Alsheimer,  E.  O'Conner. 


VOCATIONAL  CARPENTRY 


FIRST  ROW:  P.  Alsheimer,  M.  Daniels,  M.  LaValley,  R.  Harshani,  S.  Benoti,  E.  Savoy,  H.  Inman,  S.  Griffith; 
SECOND  ROW:  W.  Knapp,  J.  Stewart,  J.  Merritt,  R.  Sturtevanr,  R.  Hayward,  R.  Garuti,  H.  Danforth,  R. 
Crase,-  THIRD  ROW:  W.  Ekstrom,  S.  Estes,  L.  Nelson,  J.  McCarthy,  D.  Marquis,  D.  Gigger,  J.  Gunning,  D. 
Sims,  T.  Wilson.  ADVISOR:  Mr.   Binns. 


New  Addition  F 


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(pictures    of    old     high     school    courtesy    of 
The   Silver   Lake   News) 


Another  milestone  in  the  history  of  the  Silver  Lake  Regional  High  School  was 
reached  in  September  with  the  opening  of  the  new  junior  high  addition.  Since 
the  Silver  Lake  District  came  into  being  eight  years  ago,  the  school  population 
has  steadily  increased.  Within  several  years,  a  need  for  more  classroom  space 
was  recognized.  After  much  discussion  and  debate,  an  addition  appeared  to 
be  the  solution  to  the  problem.  It  was  to  be  annexed  to  the  east  wing  of  the 
present  structure. 

Once  the  actual  work  began,  many  delays  had  to  be  faced.  Although  strikes 
and  a  lack  of  available  materials  hampered  construction,  the  result  was  a 
modern  and  most  appealing  structure  —  a  pride  of  the  district. 
The  addition  consists  of  new  classrooms,  an  art  room,  a  shop,  a  science 
laboratory,  and  an  all  purpose  room  to  be  used  as  a  combination  gym,  cafe- 
teria, and  auditorium.  With  the  exception  of  five  rooms  in  the  main  building, 
the  junior  high  is  housed  completely  in  this  area.  This  has  created  a  situation 
which  is  believed  very  beneficial. 

The  addition  is  just  one  step  to  a  larger,  better  organized  school.  As  our 
towns  continue  their  great  population  expansion,  our  school,  also,  will  have 
to  reach  for  new  horizons,  not  only  in  physical  expansion,  but  in  academic 
expansion,  as  well. 


JUNIOR  HIGH  STUDENT  COUNCIL 


FIRST  ROW:  J.  LaVigne,  E.  Hobbs,  J.  Kasparian,  S.  Stevens,  G.  Lonergan, 
S.  Jameson,  R.  Lanzillotta,  E.  Brennan,  B.  Wright,  K.  Lonsdale,  J.  Powers,  J. 
Tocchio;   SECOND   ROW:   S.   Motte,    P.   Childs,    P.   Lanzillotta,   W.    Stanton,   J. 


Robare,   G.   Wilson,   K.   Gauquier,  C.   Powers,   R.   Pejouhy,   R.  Mitten,   R.  John- 
son, A.  Caruso,  E.  Nava.  ADVISORS:  Mrs.  Tulimieri  and  Mr.  Miller. 


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Mrs.   Packard  Miss  Goldman 

Seventh   Grade   Advisors 


Eighth   Grade  Officers 
E.  Gould,  G.  lonergan.  E.  Jameson,  T.  Burke.  J    Makela. 


I     Bf-rtocehi  Mrs.  Wheeler 

Eighth   Grade   Advisors 


FIRST  ROW:  K.  McCabe,  R.  Noyes,  C.  Pejouhy,  M.  Tegan,  D.  Peder- 
zani,  K.  Barnes,  A.  Taube,  N.  Sherman,  L.  Ingham,  S.  O'Brien,  C. 
Cadenhead,  M.  Ferreira,  S.  Barkhouse,  J.  Pooler,  B.  Bezanson,  T. 
Benway,  R.  Solari,  P.  Childs,  K.  Marvelli,  A.  Wall,  N.  Cantelmo; 
SECOND  ROW:  J.  Shepard,  E.  Gould,  R.  Briggs,  J.  Costa,  V.  Warn, 
L.    Staiger,   T,    Souza,    A.    Lovell,    E.    Brennan,   J.    Makela,    C.    Estes, 


J.  Sgarzi,  T.  Burke,  J.  Bourgeois,  S.  Conway,  S.  Jameson,  E.  Bar- 
clay, L.  Anderson,  R.  Gallo;  THIRD  ROW:  T.  Lindvall,  K.  Braun,  P. 
Berglund,  B.  Crowthers,  W.  Maarschalk,  T.  Lampi,  G.  Hird,  W. 
Nickerson,  S.  Clarke,  S.  Brown,  P.  Jones,  J.  Casey,  J.  Ponte,  J. 
Mattson,  K.  McGarth,  J.  Felt,  R.  Breidenthal,  A.  Binns,  J.  Gallassi, 
D.   Reed. 


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FIRST  ROW:  P.  Cabral,  K.  Whitman,  M.  Nute,  J.  Atwood,  N.  Cole, 
D.  Ellis,  M.  Kelly,  N.  Sturtevant,  D.  Hyson,  B.  Bennett,  D.  Lunt,  J. 
Kennefich,  P.  Doane,  L.  Frisbee,  D.  Vendetti,  D.  Fowler,  S.  Ezekial, 
L.  Rice,  L.  Carlson,  G.  Lonergan,  A.  Fagan,  W.  McKenna,  R.  Shurt- 
leff,  S.  Miles,-  SECOND  ROW:  R.  Mitton,  R.  Holt,  J.  Angell,  P. 
Strout,  P.  Benotti,  C.  Alfieri,  R.  Primavera,  L.  Meyer,  K.  Vickery, 
H.    Lehto,   C.   Hulme,   G.   Garuti,   K.   Stadig,   B.   MacLean,  J.    Barrow, 


D.  Emery,  B.  Cazale,  M.  Casey,  P.  Buckley,  K.Seppala,  D.  Ruggles, 
R.  St.  Pierre,  P.  Glass,-  THIRD  ROW:  M.  Berry,  J.  Sciacca,  G.  Estes, 
S.  Estes,  R.  Springer,  D.  Pierce,  R.  Bell,  R.  Harrison,  F.  Allsop,  P. 
Lanzillotta,  K.  Packard,  W.  Seamans,  S.  Ford,  W.  O'Meara,  S. 
Madden,  A.  Gilbert,  J.  Hannigan,  G.  Fogg,  R.  Ryan,  R.  Burpee,  J. 
Darsch,  J.    Holyoke,  J.   Adams. 


FIRST  ROW:  M.  Beland,  M.  Shea,  P.  Hayward,  E.  Hobbs,  E.  Angus, 
D.  Candini,  S.  Stevens,  D.  Stafford,  S.  Hill,  S.  Cushman,  J.  Cannon, 
R.  Brown,  E.  Mason,  M.  Cooper,  C.  Lavally,  J.  Furtado,  S.  Williams; 
SECOND  ROW:  R.  Mendenhall,  M.  Anderson,  J.  Abbott,  W.  Whit- 
comb,   W.   Mark,    C.   Turner,   W.    Ferrell,   J.    Bergeron,    D.    Prescott,   J. 


Burrill,  R.  Correa,  S.  Downing,  D.  Jordan,  A.  Horton,  J.  Richmond, 
B.  Smith;  THIRD  ROW:  D.  Chasee,  J.  Grew,  P.  Jeness,  A.  Rosait,  J. 
Burbank,  L.  Churchill,  D.  Luce,  T.  Stewart,  G.  Staples,  G.  Owens,  E. 
Sayles,  D.  Bollinger,  P.  Hayward,  R.  Lanzillotta,  R.  Miller,  C.  Souza, 
M.   Deming,   A.    Bent. 


FIRST  ROW:  N.  Vontangoli,  M.  Roine,  M  Drew,  S.  Wood,  R.  Bon- 
ney,  J.  Meroda,  J.  Campbell,  J.  Powers,  L.  Luiz.  D.  Procter.  K. 
Blizzard,  B.  Herbert,  L.  DeMeule,  C.  Dovis,  B.  Tucker,  J.  LoVlgne; 
MIDDLE  ROW:  D.  Beland,  W  Nowlin.  M  Gollivan.  G.  Vinlng,  R. 
Ethier,   E.    Fearing,   R.    Reader,   E.   Wright.   L.    Hobson.    L.    Nowin.    R 


Curtiss.  A.  DeMullis.  D  Still,  S  Twofoot.  D.  Gibbs,  D.  Gronborg; 
THIRD  ROW;  R  Clovorly.  S.  Wyman.  D.  Corvolho.  J.  Robore.  W. 
Curtis.  W.  Stonlon.  J.  Barker,  M.  O'Connor.  S  Deming,  R.  Cough- 
lln,  P.  Mullin.  W.  Savory.  G    Kezer.   C    Wood.   J    Abbott.  B    Bovonl. 


CHESS  CLUB 


FIRST  ROW:  L.  Macleod,  S.  O'Brien,  R.  Noyes,-  SECOND  ROW:  C.  Merritt,  R.  Harrison,  B.  Kezer,  B. 
Crowthers,  R.  Shurtleff,  R.  Ethier,  R.  Miller,  F.  Cantelmo;  THIRD  ROW:  B.  O'Meara,  R.  Briggs,  W.  Stanton, 
J.  Rice,  L.  Nowlin,  R.  Springer,  R.  Breidenthal,  J.  Mattson;  FOURTH  ROW:  T.  Lindvall,  C.  Wood,  W.  Moran, 
C.   Alfieri,  J.   Danforth,  W.   Hay,  W.  Thompson,   C.   Owens,  J.    Ruel.   ADVISORS:   Miss  Shefftz  and   Mr,   Miller. 


SEVENTH  GRADE 


Miss    Shefftz 


Mr.    Miller 


FIRST    ROW:    R.    Hadd,    K.    Richards,    M.    Lane,    R.    Glass,    R.    Dandeneau,  R. 

Pimental,    N.    Price,    C.    Bombace,    N.    Axon,    A.    Giammarco,    C.    Malone,  S. 

Thrasher,    C.    Farrar,    S.    Martin,    C.    Doody,    N.    Maarschalk,    J.    Nogueira,  S. 

Bevis,    C.    Santerre,    K.    Pickett,    P.    Siemers.    SECOND    ROW:    R.    Carlson,  J. 

Mahoney,    A.    Spaluzzi,    R.    Pejouhy,    B.    Wright,    K.    Lansdale,    G.    Moors,  S. 


Handorff,  K.  Nordin,  A.  Hewitt,  L.  Wall,  R.  Anderson,  M.  Recke,  R.  Holmes, 
D.  Lansing,  L.  Walker,  D.  Lee,  C.  Tocci,  O.  Oksanen,  B.  Burrows,  N.  Mangio. 
THIRD  ROW:  R.  Woodbury,  P.  Galassi,  P.  Kiley,  W.  Walker,  W.  Moran,  B. 
Maki,  J.  Ruel,  R.  Francis,  E.  Kauffman,  P.  Howard,  R.  Johnson,  R.  Lundgren, 
G.  Holmes,  C.  Justice,  H.  Kunkel,  T.  Walker,   E.   Dubrowsky. 


FIRST  ROW:  S.  Stewart,  S.  Motte,  M.  Ames,  C.  Titus,  N.  Turner,  S. 
Hannigan,  L.  Noyes,  C.  Daniels,  C.  Falkof,  D.  Eddy,  M.  McGlone,  L. 
Allen,  A.  Willett,  L.  Pimental,  C.  Sarson,  J.  Grant;  SECOND  ROW: 
L  Perry,  S.  Mozinski,  M.  landoli,  M.  O'Meara,  J.  Hamilton,  J.  Morris, 
V.  Wenners,  V.  Watts,  A.  Lind,  D.  Besagai,  A.  Pearson,  B.  Lind,  S. 
Benea,  G.  Whittaker,  D.  Forcier,  B.  Nava,  L.  Stiles,  C.  Rideout; 
THIRD  ROW:  W.   Pooler,  M.  Croke,  M.  O'Mearo,  G.  Grandi,  W.   Hay, 


E.  Zaniboni,  M.  McDonald,  C.  Powers,  A.  Borden,  F.  Miglierini,  S. 
Bonthillier,  C.  Lumpkins,  T.  Thibodeau,  R.  Borghesani,  A.  Wood,  L. 
Verry,  T,  Bergeron;  FOURTH  ROW:  J.  Kvelums,  R.  Werner,  K.  Gau- 
quier,  H.  Bezanson,  R.  Ruprecht,  R.  Bradford,  M.  Crowell,  A.  Caruso, 
B.  Robare,  R.  Pierce,  L.  Crudup,  R.  Nute,  R.  Barbieri,  R.  Winter,  D. 
Reed,  J.   Personelli,  C.   Emery. 


FIRST  ROW:  M.  VanLooy,  J.  Sprague,  S.  Forcier,  C.  Northrup,  D. 
Joubert,  K.  LaVigne,  J.  Kasparian,  M.  Errico,  D.  Gilbert,  B.  Sousa,  B. 
McAllister,  D.  Grant,  C.  Lounge,  L.  Hennessey,  S.  Barker,  J.  Tocchio, 
J.  Casey,  B.  Mullen,  L.  Hill,  M.  Batchelor,  M.  Fernez,  M.  Buckloy.  D. 
Burrill,  M  Marcyes;  SECOND  ROW:  D.  Silva,  R  Price,  J.  Walsh,  G. 
Smith,  L.  Tocchio,  L.  Blizzard.  C.  Bell,  L.  Chupaila,  M.  Hilson,  V. 
Doane,  K.  McCue.  E.  Hatch,  C.  Melberg.  J.  McAllister,  D.  Corcoran, 
M     Malone,    R.    Tubman,    H.    Boudreau,    M.    Lyons,    T.    Anderson,    M. 


Manoogion,  G.  McGarry,  THIRD  ROW:  P  Cook.  J  Strauser,  K.  Legge, 
B.  Snell,  R  Cretinon,  A.  Wood,  C.  MerriM,  R.  Parker,  B.  Young,  G 
Wilson,  L.  Barrows,  C.  Owens,  B.  Woodworth.  K.  Brown,  S.  Pedro. 
R.  Sherman,  J.  Danforth,  B.  Moonoy,  R.  Davidson,  J.  Martin,  A.  Wood, 
W.  Cralt,  D.  Gcorgo.-  FOURTH  ROW:  <  Braun,  W.  Burnett,  M.  Burk- 
ord,  C.  Miller,  F.  Childs.  S.  Valenziono.  L.  Rogers,  J.  Rice.  H.  Eites, 
M  Costa.  A.  Mark,  P.  Nordozzi.  D.  Inghom,  P.  Slulz,  D.  Bearer.  T. 
Boughter,  P.   Smith.  R    Pock.  S.  Wager. 


Activities 


STUDENT  COUNCIL 


FIRST  ROW:  J.  Baker,  J.  Therriault,  M.  Cote,  L.  Gustafson,  D.  Klimas,  M. 
Shaw,  E.  True,  D.  Fernald,  C.  Howard,  M.  Nicholson,  L.  Berglund,  E.  Fitz- 
gerald, A.  Antoniotti,  D.  Gilman,  G.  Doody,  M.  Reed;  SECOND  ROW:  K. 
Lundgren,  J.  Balboni,  J.  Randall,  M.  Benea,  R.  Kvelums,  D.  Novo,  P.  Wisti, 
B.  Wheeler,  L.  Weston,  M.   Brennen,   D.   Hollman,  A.  Mcintosh,  E.   Lee;  THIRD 


ROW:  M.  Gile,  N.  Short,  J.  Kunkel.  D.  Burke,  B.  Pratt,  K.  Smith,  R.  Cogliano, 
J.  McCann,  J.  Grant,  P.  Tarantino,  G.  Burgess;  FOURTH  ROW:  C.  Cook,  J. 
McCombs,  C.  Binns,  E.  Backus,  V.  Cogliano,  J.  Colburn,  A.  DiMario,  J. 
Hebert,  G.  Burrows,  J.  Mendall,  W.  Strassel,  V.  Walker,  G.  Lennox.  AD- 
VISORS:  Mrs.   Bjornholm   and   Mr.    Binns. 


The  1962-1963  school  year  saw  the  Silver  Lake 
Student  Council  in  its  most  active  year  since  its  be- 
ginning. In  the  fall  the  council  decided  to  continue 
the  sponsorship  of  the  Achievement  Awards  Program 
and  the  Scholarship  Program.  In  order  to  raise  the 
money  needed  for  these  projects,  action  was  taken 
to  install  food-vending  machines  in  the  bus  lobby  for 
students'  convenience  after  school.  Adjacent  to  the 
vending  machines  a  student  store  was  established. 
Writing  materials,  books,  pennants,  and  sweatshirts 
were  made  available  in  this  store.  Initial  cost  of 
stocking  the  store  was  met  with  money  collected  dur- 
ing a  tremendously  successful  "Pass  the  hat"  day.  To 
complete  its  corner  in  the  bus  lobby  the  Student 
Council  designated  sections  of  the  bulletin  board  to 
the  various  clubs  so  that  the  entire  school  would  be 
informed  of  their  activities. 

The  accomplishment  and  success  of  these  endeavors 
was  due  mainly  to  the  able  guidance  of  the  two  new 
advisors,  Mrs.  Bjornholm  and  Mr.  Binns.  Their  enthu- 
siasm, along  with  the  energetic  leadership  of  Presi- 
dent Greg  Lennox  and  the  vigorous  response  of  the 
entire  organization,  made  possible  a  prosperous  year 
for  the  Student  Council. 


Mrs     Biornholm 


Mr.    Binns 


HONOR  SOCIETY 


FIRST  ROW:  R.  Randall,  R.  Kvelums,  R.  Gile,  S.  Lehto,  D.  Burke,  A.  Antoniotti,  J.  Randall,  I.  Butler,  K. 
Fearing,  S.  Sturtevanf,  J.  Parker,  J.  Parker,  M.  Cote,  E.  True,  L.  Gustafson;  SECOND  ROW:  J.  Delaney, 
G.  Leafer,  A.  MacCormack,  J.  Breidenthal,  M.  Gile,  L.  Sears,  V.  Bradford,  G.  Burgess,  G.  Martin,  J.  Ma- 
lone,   D.   Benson,   M.   Nava,   M.    Fontaine.   ADVISOR:   Miss   DeGere. 


The  Silver  Lake  Chapter  of  the  National 
Honor  Society,  under  the  guidance  of  Miss 
DeGere,  strives  to  instill  the  ideals  of  Schol- 
arship, Character,  Leadership,  and  Service 
in  its  members  and  the  student  body. 
In  the  fall,  the  society  conducts  the  annual 
sale  of  individual  portraits.  This  provides 
scholarships  for  worthy  members  at  gradua- 
tion. Each  year  the  society  augments  the 
scholarship  fund  by  additional  means. 
The  climax  of  the  year  for  the  Society  is 
the  induction  of  new  members,  witnessed  by 
the  student  body  at  a  special  assembly.  At 
this  time,  the  honor  of  membership  is  be- 
stowed upon  outstanding  members  of  the 
sophomore,  junior,  and  senior  classes. 
The  society  accomplished  much  this  year, 
under  the  leadership  of:  Daniel  Burke,  Presi- 
dent; Seppo  Lehto,  Vice  President;  Roxanne 
Gile,  Secretary;  Alma  Antoniotti,  Treasurer,- 
and  JoAnn  Randall,  Historian. 


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KEY  CLUB 


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FIRST  ROW:  G.  Hogan,  G.  Clark,  S.  Deflice,  M.  Gile,  E.  Backus,  G.  Silvester, 
R.  Randall,  J.  Lyons,  P.  Stanley,  M.  Lehto,  J.  McCann;  SECOND  ROW:  W. 
Angell,  A.  Ayers,   D.   Sears,  J.   Bill,  B.  Maxwell,  C.  Lantz,  R,   Revel  I,  J.  Grant, 


J.  Colburn,  J.  Donovan,  J.  Leonardi;  THIRD  ROW:  W.  Torrey,  C.  Binns,  G. 
Bostack,  J.  Kunkel,  J.  Delany,  C.  Mangio,  D.  Berridge,  W.  Nickerson,  P. 
Proctor,  S.   Lehto,   P.   Hall,   S.   McGlone. 


Key  Club  International  is  a  Kiwanis  sponsored 
youth  service  group  for  high  school  boys.  The 
Silver  Lake  Chapter  is  dedicated  to  the  ideals  of 
Key  Club  International:  "Service  to  school  and 
community."  Under  the  leadership  of  Guy  Sil- 
vester, president;  Ed  Backus,  vice  president; 
Marshall  Gile,  secretary,-  and  Bob  Randall, 
treasurer,-  the  boys  attempted  to  fulfill  these 
ideals  through  various  service  projects,  such  as 
conducting  a  food  drive  at  Christmas  time,  sup- 
porting other  school  functions  and  organizations, 
and  awarding  two  scholarships  at  the  end  of 
the  year.  By  hearing  speakers  from  the  spon- 
soring Kiwanis  Clubs,  attending  Kiwanis  Club 
meetings,  and  by  sending  representatives  to  the 
district  Key  Club  Convention,  the  club  members 
were  constantly  reminded  of  their  responsi- 
bilities as  members  of  an  international  organiza- 
tion. With  its  new  advisor,  Mr.  Splaine,  the  Key 
Club  enjoyed  a  reasonably  successful  year  and 
hopes  to  accomplish  even  more  next  year. 


DRAMATICS  CLUB 


At  an  organizational  meeting  in  November,  the  Dra- 
matics Club  elected  Roxanne  Gile,  President;  Phillip 
Tarantino,  Vice  President;  Linda  Gustafson,  Secre- 
tary,- Alma  Antoniotti,  Treasurer,-  and  Cynthia  Cook, 
Historian.  Lydia  Weston  represented  the  club  at 
Student  Council  meetings.  This  year  the  Dramatics 
Club  innovated  a  Christmas  meeting  under  the 
sponsorship  of  Miss  Margeson.  Selected  for  presen- 
tation at  the  regional  dramatic  festival  on  March  23 
was  "Thieves'  Carnival"  by  the  same  playwright 
who  authored  "The  Lark,"  last  year's  presentation. 


Miss  Margeson 


FUTURE  TEACHERS  OF  AMERICA 


FIRST  ROW:  D.  Bill,  C.  Warnsman,  G.  Sciacca,  D.  Sousa,  J.  Maloni,  J.  Ran- 
dall, G.  Burgess,  H.  Sturtevant,  S.  Quinn,  L.  Ruffini,  J.  Baker,  G.  Martin,  A. 
Lind,  J.  Tassinari;  SECOND  ROW:  M.  MacFarlane,  J.  Springer,  R.  Zoccolante, 
C.    Santerre,    S.    Lind,    P.    Barkhouse,    D.  Hollman,   I.    Kvelums,    L.    Whiteley,   M. 


Lemerise,  I.  Butler,  N.  Mullin,-  THIRD  ROW:  A.  Barnaby,  P.  Lanzillota,  P. 
Woodward,  S.  Prouty,  S.  Besarick,  K.  Salmi,  N.  Emery,  M.  Packard,  D. 
Grover,   E.    Holmes,   C.   Harkins,   S.   Holden.   ADVISORS:   Mrs.   Cherry  and   Mrs. 

Sprague. 


The  aim  of  the  Future  Teachers  of  America  is  to  promote  interest  in  the 
field  of  education.  During  the  seven  years  in  the  history  of  Silver  Lake,  our 
F.T.A.  chapter  has  become  a  respected  member  ot  the  school  community. 
Its  work  in  bringing  a  true  understanding  of  the  teaching  profession  to 
students  who  might  consider  the  possibility  of  a  career  in  education  has 
become  a  valuable  part  of  Silver  Lake.  But  this  is  not  its  sole  aim.  The 
F.T.A.  fulfills  the  need,  on  a  secondary  school  level,  of  organizing  harmonious 
relations  between  student  and  teacher,  and  between  teacher  and  parent. 
Through  filmstrips,  guest  speakers,  and  field  trips,  the  association  shows  the 
student  body  the  training  necessary  for  teaching,  its  hardships  and  rewards. 
The   annual    induction   of    Future   Teachers   serves   a    dual   function.    It   formally 


welcomes  new  members  into  the  group  and  explains  to  invited  parents  the 
role  which   the  organization   plays. 

This  year  the  Future  Teachers  celebrated  the  silver  anniversary  of  the 
National  Association  of  Future  Teachers  of  America  at  their  induction.  For 
twenty-five  years  girls  and  boys  throughout  the  country  have  united  to 
prepare  themselves  for  their  future  teaching  careers.  Joining  the  F.T.A. 
does  not  represent  a  final  decision  by  any  of  its  members  to  enter  o  career 
in  education,  but  rather  it  serves  as  a  "proving  ground"  for  ideas.  Although 
it  seeks  to  find  students  interested  in  teaching,  the  F.T.A.  is  open  to  all  stu- 
dents who  are  considering  any  form  of  education  as  a  career. 


Mrs.  Cherry 


Mrs.   Sprague 


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FUTURE  NURSES  OF  AMERICA 


FIRST  ROW:  H.  Hubert,  J.  Wood,  M.  MacFarlane,  E.  Holmes,  J.  Malone,  D. 
Nava,  K.  Fontaine,  N.  Pinkham,  M.  Ford,  J.  Curry,  J.  Vantangoli,  K.  Walsh, 
P.  Merrill;  SECOND  ROW:  S.  Kunkel,  V.  Luiz,  L.  Robins,  C.  Bezanson,  M. 
Lavine,   M.   Heath,   V.   Childs,   D.   Malone,   G.   Lewis,  G.   Martin,   B.  Wheeler,   P. 


Harkins,  Mrs.  Peterson,-  THIRD  ROW:  P.  Alfleri,  C.  Howard,  S.  Darsch,  D. 
Sturtevanf,  M.  Kerr,  R.  Kvelums,  D.  Walsh,  S.  McAdams,  J.  VanWeelden,  J. 
Alberghini,   S.   Stockbridge,    K.    Gould. 


This  year  the  Future  Nurses  Association  has  seen  an  increase  in  the  number  of  girls  interested  in  the 
nursing  profession.  This  was  evidenced  by  the  multitude  of  new  members  present  at  the  annual  induction. 
Sparked  by  the  combined  efforts  of  new  and  old  members,  the  Future  Nurses  have  visited  many  hos- 
pitals and  have  brought  joy  to  many.  One  such  visit  found  the  members  giving  a  Christmas  party  for 
the  children   of  the   Lakeville   Sanitorium. 

Under  the  leadership  of  Mrs.  Peterson,  our  school  nurse,  and  Diane  Nava,  president,  the  Future 
Nurses   have   had   a   very  successful   and    rewarding   year. 


Mrs.    Peterson 


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The  music  department  at  Silver  Lake  has  experienced 
both  a  challenging  and  enjoyable  year.  The  music 
selected  for  the  Combined  Concert  which  was  held 
in  the  spring,  tested  the  musical  ability  of  the  Silver 
Lake  students.  The  concert  was  not  all  work  for  it 
also  provided  the  experiences  of  meeting  new 
friends  and  performing  in  a  larger  group. 
A  new  look  accented  the  appearance  of  the  band. 
The  members  donned  their  new  uniforms  for  the 
Thanksgiving  Day  game  at  Plymouth.  They  made  a 
very  striking  picture  as  the  "reds-and-whites"  as- 
sembled on  the  field.  The  new  uniforms  represented 
many  hours  of  work  by  the  Band  Parents. 
In  addition  to  performing  in  the  Silver  Lake  band, 
orchestra  and  chorus,  several  members  went  on  to 
newer  and  greater  heights.  Having  borne  the  trials 
and  anxieties  of  try-outs,  the  best  musicians  were 
placed  in  the  Southeastern  District,  S.E.M.S.B.A.,  All- 
State  and  The  New  England  Concert  Festival. 
With  the  assistance  of  Mr.  Chouinard,  the  music  de- 
partment has  represented  Silver  Lake  in  a  praise- 
worthy manner. 


FIRST  ROW:  R.  Ruprecht,  P.  Buckley,  G.  Wilson,  F.  Catalmo,  J.  Galassi,  D.  Reed,  R.  Lundgren,  A. 
Binns,  P.  Glass,  P.  Kiley,  J.  Shepherd;  SECOND  ROW:  G.  Holmes,  P.  Galassi,  C.  Pejouhy,  K. 
Marvelli,  M.  Lane,  B.  Trafton,  N.  Price,  J.  Bunce,  D.  Sousa,  R.  Prjouhy,  J.  Costa,  T.  Lampi;  THIRD 
ROW:  R.  Ethier,  C.  Sheehan,  P.  Stanley,  F.  Bartlett,  S.  Clark,  M.  Cote,  M.  Randall,  J.  Randall,  P. 
Lyman,  F.  Childs,  B.  Martin;  FOURTH  ROW:  E.  Nauha,  G.  Sciacca,  J.  Hogan,  G.  Silvester,  L.  Bon- 
ney,  P.  Cobb,  G.Morrissey,  P.  Hammond,  C.  Curtiss,  B.  Pratt,  S.  DeFelice,  F.  Cain. 


CHORUS 


FIRST  ROW:  D.  Bill,  M.  Cote,  R.  Tison,  M.  Randall,  L.  Forbes,  L.  Whitely,  C.  Wornsman,  T. 
Field;  SECOND  ROW:  P.  Stanley,  G.  Sciacca,  F.  Cain,  P.  Lyman,  G.  Hogan,  P.  Hammond,  B. 
Pratt,  C.  Sheehan;  THIRD  ROW:  L.  Lombardi,  G.  Morrissey,  P.  Cobb,  S.  DeFeli"  ■?.  Randall, 
L.   Bonney,   F.   Bartlett. 


FIRST  ROW:  D.  Souso,  E.  Fitzgerald.  I.  Clino.  J.  Porker,  J.  Parker,  A. 
O'Brien.  V.  Price.  L  Randall,  B.  Witteman,  J.  Curry,  J.  Bunce,  T.  Field,  B. 
True,  P.  Woodward,  K.  Walsh,  W.  Mcintosh.  B.  Hawkins,  S.  Johnson.  SEC- 
OND ROW:  J  Reordon,  I  Ruprecht,  M.  Hirshon.  L.  Covell.  R.  Koough. 
G.  Wyman,   B.  Tubman.  T.   Mcintosh,  J.   Randall,  G.   Burgess,  W.   Swan- 


son.  D.  Nava.  P.  Merrill.  R.  Tison.  M.  Cote.  S.  Besarlck,  R.  Kvelums. 
W.  Wood.  THIRD  ROW:  H.  Hubert.  G.  Doody.  N  Pock.  N.  Porker.  E. 
Nlchlson,  S-  Allsop,  L.  Forbes.  J.  Pope,  K.  Laphom,  M.  Grey,  D.  Stan- 
ley, T.  Coffin,  K.  Stafford.  L  Govoni.  S.  Joubert 


MARCHING  BAND 


SOUTHEASTERN  DISTRICT 


ALL  NEW  ENGLAND 


FIRST  ROW:  J.   Bunce;  L.   Forbes;  SECOND   ROW:  C.  Warnsman; 
M.   Randall;  M.   Cote. 


FIRST   ROW:   M.   Cote;   J.    Randall;   G.    Hogan;   M.    Randall;   L.    Forbes.   SECOND 
ROW.  B.  True;  P.  Woodward;  P.  Hammond;  G.  Silvester;  L.  Lombardi. 


S.E.M.S.B.A. 


BRASS  CHOIR 


FIRST  ROW:  R.  Randall;  D.  Bill;  G.  Hogan;  SECOND  ROW:  T. 
Field;  L.  Whirely;  M.  Randall;  THIRD  ROW:  P.  Stanley;  G.  Silvester; 
P.   Hammond;   L.    Lombcrdi. 


FIRST    ROW:    L.    Bonney;    G.    Sciacca;    SECOND    ROW:    G. 

Silvester;    M.    Randall;    G.    Hogan;    THIRD    ROW:    P.    Ham- 
mond; C.   Curtiss;   L.   Lombardi. 


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FRENCH  CLUB 


FIRST  ROW:  D.  Gilman,  D.  Giler,  L.  Pineau,  G.  Doody,  G.  Martin,  P.  Barkhouse,  A.  Breidenthal; 
SECOND  ROW:  A.  Barnaby,  N.  Emery,  S.  Lind,  V.  Walker,  K.  Gould,  M.  Nava,  C.  Mangio; 
THIRD  ROW:  M.  Brennan,  P.  Wisti,  C.  Robare,  S.  Besarick,  J.  Maloni,  D.  Hollman,  S.  Beane,  K. 
Recke. 


SPANISH  CLUB 


FIRST   ROW:   J.   Baker,  J.   Alberghini,    K.    Becker;   SECOND   ROW:   M.    Pimental,   T.   CofFin,   S.   Mon- 
teiro,  B.  True;  THIRD  ROW:  P.  Lyman,  S.  DeFelice,  J.  McCue,  R.   Burbank. 


SCIENCE  CLUB 


Miss  DeGere 


Miss  Gillis 


Mrs.  McCulloch, 


SEATED:   G.  Chose.   A.   MocCormack.   I.   Kvelums.   R    Kvclumi,   J.   McConn.   R    Ncwcomb.   STAND 
ING:  R    Choharyn.  W.  Angell,  P    Scon.  F.  Barilcit.  R    Tobios.  R.  Hird    ADVISOR    Mrs    McCulloch. 


Mr.   Rock 


FIRST  ROW:  C. 
Churchill,  V.  Brad- 
ford, D.  Bill,  D.  Gil- 
man;  SECOND   ROW: 
B.  True,  E.  Stevens, 
B.  Torrey,  J.  McCue. 


DEBATE  CLUB 


Mrs.    Pratt 


HOME  ECONOMICS  CLUB 


SEATED:   P.  Hobson, 
P.    Kriegel;  FIRST 
ROW:  K.  Stafford,  J. 
Baker,  T.   Holzworth, 
M.  Lavigne;  SECOND 
ROW:  C.  Nilosek,  C. 
Merill,   B.  Bosworth, 
L.  Harris,  H.  Dahnke. 


MONITORS 


FIRST   ROW;   A.    Antoniotti,   G.    Lennox,    P.    Sgarzi:    SECOND    ROW; 
J.  Vallen,  D.  Halunen,  L.  Cole.  ADVISOR:  Mr.  Parks. 


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STUDENT  LIBRARIANS 


FIRST  ROW:  A.  Watson,  S.  Nichols,  D.  Barbieri,  I.  Kvelums,  C.  Davis,  G.  Taube,  K.  Gould; 
SECOND  ROW:  L.  Wingard,  G.  Burgess,  R.  Moore,  J.  Sutcliffe,  J.  Hogan,  R.  Kvelums,  C. 
Rogers.  ADVISOR:  Miss  Nappi 


ANNOUNCING  STAFF 


FIRST  ROW:  D.  Bill,  G.  Doody,  B. 
True,  P.  Woodward,  K.  Walsh,  S. 
Carlson,  J.  Tassinari;  SECOND 
ROW:  C.  Churchill,  K.  Davis,  R. 
Kvelums,  I.  Kvelums,  V.  Bradford, 
W.  Wood,  M.  Cote;  THIRD  ROW: 
J.  Bill,  S.  Larenti,  L.  Sears,  W.  Tor- 
rey,  S.  Lehto,  P.  Rossi,  W.  Nicker- 
son.  HEAD:  Mrs.  Hill 


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Miss  Nopp 


Mrs.   Hill 


FIRST  ROW:  J  Ruel,  B  True.  S.  O'Brien,  G.  Moors,  D  Bill.  E.  Backus.  A.  lind.  G  Doody,  K. 
Harkins.  8.  Wheeler.  SECOND  ROW:  M  Monoogion,  L.  Ingham,  A  lovoll.  K.  Barnos,  S. 
Lind,  J.  Sgarzi.  R.  Kvelums.  P.  Woodward.  A.  Binn-..  THIRD  ROW:  S  Doming,  V.  Bradford. 
D.  Stanley,  B.  Torrey.  C    Binns.  W.  Shaw,  R.  Tobias.  ADVISORS:  Mr    Binns  ond  Mrs   Chiros 


Mr      Binns 


Mrs    Chiros 


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MAJORETTES 


KNEELING:    E.    Fitzgerald,    R.   Gile,    P.   Alfieri;   STANDING:    L.    Braddock,    S.    Prouty,   J.    Pope, 
S.   Bean,    R.   Bouchard.   ADVISOR:   Mrs.   Longhi. 


DRILL  TEAM 


FIRST  ROW:  A.  Breidenthal, 
B.  Cowan,  D.  Ring,  P.  Wisti, 
M.  Brennan,  M.  Reed,  S. 
Quinn,  D.  Geileor,  C.  Con- 
nelly; SECOND  ROW:  C.  El- 
well,  L.  Berglund,  M.  Cosh, 
D.  Fernald,  K.  Stafford,  J. 
Baker,  G.  Flood,  J.  Springer, 
Mrs.  Longhi;  THIRD  ROW:  P. 
Horkins,  B.  Tracy,  S.  Clerke, 
W.  Wood,  S.  Ferguson,  N. 
Mullen,  C.  Harkins.  P. 
Grondi. 


CHEERLEADERS 


VARSITY 


STANDING:   C.   Robare,   B.   Wheeler,   L.   Weston,   D.   Bates,   V.   Glass,   J.   Burk,   N.   Fitz- 
gerald; KNEELING:  J.   Reardon,  C.   Howard,  M.   Sayles. 


JUNIOR  VARSITY 


BOTTOM  ROW:  C.  Connelly,  B.  Turner,  E.  Duffy,  K. 
Lapham,  A.  Breidenthal;  SECOND  ROW:  P.  Ferguson, 
M.  Cahill,  N.  Mullin,  J.  Bevis,  S.  Bean,  L.  Braddock. 


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FIELD  HOCKEY 


VARSITY 


KNEELING:    N.   Tubman,    B.    Taube,    D.    Goslin,    M.    Reed,   J.    Kilroy,    L.    MacPhail 
Shaw,  D.  Fernald,  H.  Jameson;  STANDING:  M.  Cash,  Mrs.  Longhi,  K.  Stafford. 


B.   Tracy,    M. 


JUNIOR  VARSITY 


The  1962  Girls'  Field  Hockey  Team  enjoyed  an 
enthusiastic  season  with  more  than  fifty  candi- 
dates reporting  for  the  two  teams.  The  J.V.  team 
had  an  undefeated  season,  and  the  Varsity 
record  was  .500.  Representing  the  senior  class 
were  Marilyn  Shaw,  Captain,-  Dottie  Goslin,-  and 
Helen  Jameson.  The  experience  gained  by  the 
younger  girls  working  with  the  seniors  makes 
the  outlook  promising  for  next  year.  Coach 
Longhi  was  assisted  by  Miss  McPhee,  a  practice 
teacher  from  Sargent. 


KNEELING:  M.  Cash,  K.  Stafford;  STANDING:  E.  Siemers,  J.  Monk,  K.  Gould, 
J.  Springer,  G.  Taube,  K.  Fontaine,  C.  Cook,  L.  McCloud,  C.  Brennan,  S. 
Darsch,  S.  Clerke,  A.  Watson,  D.  Holman,  Mrs.   Longhi. 


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GIRLS'  BASKETBALL 


VARSITY 


FIRST   ROW:   M.    Randall,   J.    Parker,    A.    O'Brien,    R.    Gile,   J.    Parker,   A.    Antoniotti;    SECOND    ROW:    Mrs. 
Longhi,  L.  MacPhail,  J.   Kilroy,  C.   Brennan,  M.   Fontaine,   S.   Ponte. 


Girls'  basketball  was  a  new  game  this  year  with  the 
rule  change  allowing  full  court  play.  Injuries,  how- 
ever, were  the  bad  luck  that  kept  the  varsity  from 
being  undefeated,  but  not  from  having  a  winning 
season.  They  played  with  enthusiasm  throughout  their 
games,  and  those  they  did  lose  were  by  three  and 
four  points.  The  highlight  of  the  season  was  their 
win  over  previously  undefeated  Abington.  Coach 
Longhi  said  she  had  looked  forward  to  this  year's 
team  as  she  had  looked  forward  to  no  other.  Six 
of  the  ten  girls  are  graduating  but  take  with  them 
happy  memories  of  a  job  well  done. 


JUNIOR  VARSITY 


Miss  Kathleen  O'Donnell  joined  the  junior 
varsity  girls  as  their  coach  almost  in  mid- 
season,  and  it  was  under  her  direction  that 
the  team  enjoyed  its  first  victory.  With  the 
graduation  of  most  of  the  varsity  in  June, 
this  team  is  looked  to  for  next  year's  repu- 
tation. If  the  girls  continue  to  play  as  well 
as  they  did  in  the  second  half  of  their  sea- 
son, they  should  have  no  problem. 


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FIRST  ROW:  Miss  O'Donnell,  P.  Grandi,  B.  Tracy,  D.  Holman,  D.  Bill,  R.  Zoccolante,  K.  Staf- 
ford; SECOND  ROW:  A.  Briggs,  J.  Monk,  C.  Cook,  S.  Gallivan,  S.  Prouty,  C.  O'Neal,  K.  Gilli, 
V.   Fogg,  S.  Whittaker;  THIRD   ROW:   S.   Nichols,   S.   Ponte. 


FOOTBALL 


VARSITY 


FIRST  ROW:  J.  Chupaila,  W.  Truskowski,  W.  Arruda,  D.  Burke,  J.  Hebert, 
D.  Bearce,  A.  DiMario,  B.  Pratt,  D.  Berridge,  J.  Desnoyer,  G.  Bostock,  T. 
Morris;  SECOND  ROW:  T.  Jones,  D.  Libby,  P.  Spath,  S.  Esyes,  P.  Carey, 
G.   Grant,   R.   Sargent,  J.   Grant,   L.   Hunt,   R.   Revell,   K.   Smith,   R.   Cowen,   R. 


Fontes;  THIRD  ROW:  R.  Tobias,  R.  Nilosek,  J.  Breidenthal,  A.  Gilbret,  J. 
Howe,  R.  Clark,  J.  Leonardi,  R.  Stewart,  R.  Cogliaro,  D.  Springer,  J.  Be- 
notti,   P.   Howard,   R.   Joubert. 


Plagued  by  injuries  to  key  players  early  in  the  season,  the  lakers 
suffered  a  disappointing  year.  Anchored  by  co-captains  Don  Bearce 
and  Angelo  DiMario,  the  Silver  Lake  line  was,  however,  one  of  the 
brighter  points  in  an  otherwise  dreary  season.  Seniors  Dan  Burke, 
Bill  Arruda,  Dave  Berridge,  Barry  Pratt  and  Joe  Hebert  played  well. 
The  backfield,  composed  entirely  of  juniors,  gained  valuable  experi- 
ence for  next  year.  Don  Bearce,  Angelo  DiMario  and  Bilk  Trus- 
kowski were  given  honorable  mention  in  the  Boston  Herald  All- 
Scholastic  Team  Awards. 


JUNIOR  VARSITY 


FIRST  ROW:  S  Griffith.  R.  Curtiss,  S.  Jomeson,  M.  Shea,  G. 
Kezer.  G.  Nova,  G.  Owens,  L.  Nowlin.  SECOND  ROW:  J. 
Ponte,  E.  Holmes.  J.  O'Brien,  R.  Gassett,  G.  Martin.  N 
Worshom,  E.  Holmes,  L.  Fagan,  L.  Lundgron;  THIRD  ROW: 
Mr.  Carnathan,  K.  Caulfield.  J.  Brennon,  E.  Hill,  G.  Mendoll. 


W.  laivo.  M  Truskowski.  S.  Wolker.  A.  DeMullis,  K  Tram- 
ner,  P.  Prescoit.  FOURTH  ROW:  D.  Tison.  C.  Paulding,  W. 
Stanton.  W.  Forrell,  W.  Ferroll,  G.  Vining.  D  Bollinger.  R. 
Correo,  G.   Fogg.  D.  Luce.  K.  Hall. 


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BASKETBALL 

JUNIOR  VARSITY 


FRESHMEN 


FIRST  ROW:  L.  Alfieri,  W.  Loomer,  J.  Donovan,  G.  Grant,  P.  Spath,  J. 
Howe,  R.  Flood,  D.  Holzworth;  SECOND  ROW:  B.  Jobling,  H.  Peterson,  R. 
Adair,  J.  SutclifFe,  J.  Calista,  G.  Morrissey,  G.  Burrows,  R.  Woodworth; 
THIRD   ROW:  Mr.  McAleer. 


FIRST  ROW:  G. 
Mendall,   K. 
Caulfield,   P. 
Prescott,  W. 
Strassel,   G. 
Nava,  R.  Gil- 
bert;  SECOND 
ROW:  R.  Gas- 
sett,  J.  O'Brien, 
K.  Hall,  K.  Lund- 
gren,  G.  Martin, 
G.  Kezer;  THIRD 
ROW:   E.   McNa- 
mara,  L.  Gould, 
G.  Wilcox,  J. 
Robare,   Mr. 
Carnathan. 


The  Silver  Lake  basketball  team  went  through  an- 
other building  year.  The  varsity  squad,  composed  pri- 
marily of  juniors,  had  a  mediocre  season  but  showed 
much  improvement  over  last  year.  Silver  Lake  had  a 
balanced  scoring  attack  with  Ed  Mathews,  John  Neal, 
Jim  Smith  and  Ron  Bersani  accounting  for  most  of 
the  Laker  points.  But  the  Lakers'  lack  of  height  was 
felt  against  such  teams  as  Abington,  Rockland  and 
Plymouth.  While  the  Lakers  will  still  have  height  prob- 
lems, next  year  looks  promising.  Perhaps  the  idea  of  a 
Laker  team  in  the  Tech  Tourney  is  not  history  but 
something,  instead,  that  will  be  realized  in  the  near 
future. 


VARSITY 


FIRST  ROW:  E. 
Mathews,  G.  Bos- 
lock,  J.  Neal.  R. 
Bersani,  J.  Dc- 
laney;   SECOND 
ROW:  D.  Libby.  J. 
Vallen,  J.  Smith. 
R.  Gauquier,  D. 
Halunen,  T.  Mor- 
ris, Mr.  Girouard. 


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BASEBALL 


FIRST   ROW:   D.   Galletti,   T.   Jones,   G.   Lennox,    K.   Cushman,    P.   Spath,   G.    Bostock;   2nd   ROW:   R.   Gassett, 
Mr.  Sirrico,  W.Truskowski,  A.  DiMario,  P.  Holmes,  E.  Jackson,  J.  Heberr,  G.  Mendall. 


1962  was  a  building  year  for  the  Lakers. 
After  winning  the  league  championship  the 
year  before,  Silver  Lake  suffered  a  slight 
letdown,  winning  only  five  of  fourteen 
league  games.  However,  the  1963  season 
looks  promising  with  all  but  three  starters 
returning. 


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TENNIS 


KNEELING:    B.    Wheeler,    G.    Doody,    A.    O'Brien.    STANDING:    J.     Parker,    J.     Parker,    M.     Randall,    Mr. 
Girouard. 


The  1962  girls'  tennis  team,  under  the  direction  of  Mr.  Girouard, 
won  approximately  half  of  their  meets.  The  four  seniors  on  the 
team  have  an  average  of  two  and  one-half  seasons  of  play  each. 
This  fact,  coupled  with  the  enthusiasm  of  the  rest  of  the  team,  as- 
sures a  successful  season  this  year. 


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CROSS  COUNTRY 


FIRST   ROW:    C.    Binns,    R.    Randall,    R.   Woodbury,    G.    Lennox,    S.    McGlone,   M.    Gile,    G.    Clark;    SECOND 
ROW:  S.  Miles,  G.  Burrows,  L.  Woodbury,  H.  Cadenhead,  N.  Whisron,  L.  Altleri,  Mr.  Parks. 


On  almost  any  fall  day  members  of  Silver  Lake's  cross- 
country team  are  bound  to  whiz  by  the  unwary  in  their 
red  sweatshirts.  This  includes  the  cold  drizzly  days  as  well 
as  sunny  days.  Their  persistence,  their  skill,  and  their 
rugged  performances  make  our  cross-country  team  re- 
spected at  league  meets.  Underclass  representation  is 
quite  broad,  assuring  Silver  Lake  of  a  fine  cross-country 
season  next  year. 


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AETNA   ENGINEERING  CO. 

FACTORY   PAINT  STORE 

BARNES  WORSTEDS,   INC. 

FRAHER'S   RESTAURANT 

BERNARD'S 

JOHN   FOSTER  LUMBER  COMPANY 

BRAID-AID  COMPANY 

GASSETT  METAL  PRODUCTS 

E.  S.  BURNS   INSURANCE  AGENCY 

GOGGIN   &   SON 

15  Court  Street,   Plymouth 

BERRYBROOK  FARM 

PI   6-2110 

Kingston,  Mass. 

GOULD'S  SUPER  MARKET 

BESSE  WALK-OVER 

8   North   Street,    Plymouth 

HALIFAX   GARDEN  COMPANY 

Sturcji-Rite  Shoes 

HANOVER   BOWLADROME 

CAPEWAY  SUNOCO 

Finest  Candlelanes  on  the  South   Shore 

Hanover 

HANOVER  CLEANERS 

THE  CAROUSEL  OF   HANOVER 

HANOVER   PHARMACY 

CECCARELLI   CLEANERS 

HANSON-PEMBROKE   DRUG 

THE   CLAM   HUT 

HAPPY  PINES  NURSERY  SCHOOL  &  KINDERGARTEN 

CLIP'S  JENNEY  STATION 

HAYWARD'S  VARIETY  STORE 

COBB  &   DREW 

COBB   PRINTING,   INC. 

HERGET  OIL   SERVICE 
JU   5-2216 

MRS.   BRIGGS  CUSHMAN,   REALTOR 

HOMES   BY  HENRICH 

JU  5-4472 

HENRICH'S  MARKET 

DEXTER'S  SHOE   STORE 

Choice  Meats 

"THE   DICKSONS" 

JOHNNY  JORDAN  COMPANY 

C.  DREW  CO. 

HOWARD   KERR'S 

Maple  Street 

Paints  &  Wallpapers 

Kingston,  Mass. 

KINGSTON  ALUMINUM  FOUNDRY 

EAST  BRIDGEWATER  SAVINGS   BANK 

Brass,  Bronzo  &   Aluminum  Costings 

Complete   Savings  Bank   Service 

Pembroke  Street,   Kingston,  Mass. 

Pembroke  Office 

KINGSTON   DAIRY  QUEEN 

EDELWEISS  MATERNITY  SHOP 
ELLIS  AUTO  BODY 

ERIKSON'S  SERVICE   STATION 
CY  3-9997 

24-hour  wrecker  service 


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KINGSTON   LUMBER  COMPANY 

KINGSTON  OIL  &  GAS 
Joseph   Balboni  &  Sons 
62  Main   Street,   Kingston 
JU  5-2604.  or     JU  5-4541 


BUSINESS  DIRECTORY 


KINGSTON   RECAPPING  COMPANY 

KINGSTON   SHARPENING  SHOP 
JU  5-2530 

PETE   LANZILLOTTA,   INC.   &   SONS 

LELAND'S   RESTAURANT 

LORING'S  JEWELERS 

M  &  M  SPORTING   GOODS 

ROBERT  MACKEDON'S 
Pembroke  Shell   Station 

MANDO'S   FURNITURE  STORE 

MAYFLOWER  WORSTED  COMPANY 
Kingston,  Mass. 

CARL  MEINHOLD,   INC. 

MONROE'S,   INC. 

MR.   PAUL'S  HAIR  DESIGN 
Coiffures  of  Distinction 
Hanover,  Mass. 

OCEAN   SPRAY  CRANBERRIES,   INC. 

OSBORN'S  COUNTRY  STORE 

PANCAKE   KING 

Rt.  3   Hanover 

Serving    pancakes  and   steaks 

PEMBROKE   HOUSE 

PEMBROKE   INSURANCE  AGENCY,   INC. 

Complete   Insurance  Service 

Center  Street,   Rt.    14,   Pembroke,  Mass. 

CY  3-6356,  or  CY  3-6357 

Richard   E.  Savory,   Donald   K.  Tarbell 

PETE'S   DRIVE-IN 

PILGRIM  SUPER  DRUG 

PLYMOUTH  MEN'S  SHOP 

PURITAN   CLEANING   DEPARTMENT 
Plymouth,   Mass. 


PURITAN  CLOTHING  COMPANY 
Plymouth,  Mass. 

SAM'S   BARBER  SHOP 

SALLY  DRESS   SHOP,   INC. 

SEARS,   ROEBUCK  &  CO. 
Plymouth,  Mass. 

SHAW  PIANO  COMPANY 

J.  J.  SHEPHERD  &  SONS,   INC. 
Kingston  Pembroke  Whitman 

SILVER  LAKE   PRESS 

SMITH'S 

SOUTH  SHORE   FACTORY  SHOE  OUTLET 

TOABE'S 

Kingston  Center  Hardware  &  Dry  Goods 

TRIANGLE   INSURANCE   AGENCY 
255a   Union   Street,   Rockland 
"Under  25   drivers  accepted" 
Triangle  8-0512 

JOHN   D.  WALSH,  JR.,   INSURANCE  AGENCY 

WARNSMAN'S   INSURANCE  AGENCY 
"Insure  Today;   be  sure  tomorrow." 

C.   P.  WASHBURN   CO. 

Complete   Line  of   Building   Materials 

Holmes  Street,   Rt.   36,   Halifax 

WASHINGTON   STREET  MOTORS 

W   P  L  M 

America's  hometown   radio  station 
1390   kc  AM  5000  watts 

99.1    mc  FM  20,000  watts 

VILLAGE   DONUT  SHOPPE 


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SPONSORS 


Mr.  &  Mrs.  Marshall  L.  Adams 

Lucille  Alberghini 

The  Alfleris 

Freddy  Allsopp 

Dorothy  Ames 

Aileen   Anderson 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Frank  C.  Anderson 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Gustaf  Anderson 

Mr.  James  Anderson 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Robert  A.  Anderson 

Sandra   Anderson 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Roy  Andresen 

Alexis  Andrews 

Dr.   Henry  B.   Andrews,  Jr. 

Mr.   Charles  Angell 

Mrs.   Francis  Angie 

Dr.  &  Mrs.  John  C.  Angley 

Anonymous 

Alma   Antoniotti 

MR.  &  MRS.  HENRY  ANTONIOTTI 

MRS.   PAUL   H.   ARMOR 

Mrs.   Arruda 

Mr.   Richard  Arruda 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Stanley  Atkins 

John   L.   Atrock,   Jr. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Warren  M.  Axford 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Edward   Backus 

Mrs.   F.  T.   Backus 

Joe   F.   Backus 

Donald   Badeau 

MR.  &  MRS  HARRY  G.   BAILEY 

MR.  JOHN   BAILEY 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   David  W.   Baker 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Donald  C.   Baker 

Harold   Baker 

Stan   Baker 

Henry   Balboni 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Richard   K.  Baltzer 

Mr.  Gordon   Barkhouse 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Harold   I.  Barnes 

Jimmy  &  Joanne   Barrows 

Mr.   &  Mrs.    Richard    Barry 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Lincoln   Bartlett 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Joseph   Basilici 

Mrs.   Batchelder 

Mr.   Bates 

Weston    Bean 

Howard   Beane 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Nimes  Benea 

Mr.   Pete   Benea 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Manuel   Benevides 

MR.  &  MRS.  F.  A.  BENOTTI 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   F.   L.   Benotti 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Hosea   D.   Benson 

Mr.  William   Bent 

Terri-Ann   Benway 

Mr.   &   Mrs.    Berglund 

Roy  Besarick 

Sandy   Besarick 

Mrs.   Bill 

Bill  &   Ellen 

Bill   &   Marilyn 

Bill  &  Mary 

Mr.   Lewis  Billings 

J.  C.  Bigham 

Mrs.   G.   Bjornholm 

Blackie 

Marion   Blackman 

Mrs.   H.  O.   Blatt 

Mr.  Seymour  8luhm 

Mrs.  William    P.   Boardman 


Bob   &   Paula 

Bobbie 

Stephen   Bond 

Bonnie 

MR.  &  MRS.  CHARLES  BRACKETT,  SR. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  M.  Brackett,  Jr. 

Norman   Braddock 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Julian  S.  Bradford 

The   Bradfords 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Vincent  C.   Breen 

Margaret   B.    Brennan 

Mary  A.   Brennan 

Mr.  Charles   H.   Bricknell 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Wyman   Briggs 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Francis  A.  Brooks 

Francis  W.   Brown 

Rev.  Malcolm  J.   Brummitt 
Mr.  &  Mrs.   Edward  T.   Butler 

Bud   &   Linda 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Karl   Burgess 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Graydon   Burgess 

Mr.  &  Mrs.    Peter   Burgholzer 

Burgy 

William  W.   Burke 

The  Burks 

Butch  ie 

The  Cadenheads 

Mrs.   Ruth   Cadwell 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  Calahan 

Tony  Caldera 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John  Callahan 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Floyd   Calvert 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Frank  Cappella 

MR.  &  MRS.  JOSEPH  CAREY 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Wm.  Carey 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Walter  J.  Carlspn 

Mr.  Alexander  W.  Carnathan 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  J.  Carson 

Natalie   R.   Carter 

Ida   Caton 

Mr.   Keith  Caufield 

Mr.  Abel.  Cavalho 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  A.  J.  Cavicchi,  Jr! 

Miss  Mary  M.  Chafe 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  M.  Chase 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Arthur  Chasse 

Chris 

Arthur  W.  Clark 

Mr.   Donald  Clark 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Arthur  M.  Clarke 

Mrs.  Arthur  T.   Clarke 

T.  R.  Clarke 

Mrs.   Robert  Cleverly 

Mr.  Warren   Cloyes 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Robert  J.  Coakley 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   R.   T.   Cob 

The  Cobbs 

Mr.   &   Mrs.   Wm.   Cobb 

Marion   Cole 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   R.  T.  Cole 

Judith  Comerford 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Conant 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Benjamin  Conant 

Mr.  Michael  Connor 

Charles  Conway 

Mr.  M.   B.  Cook 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Lawrence  Coombs 

Mrs.   Fred  Corrow 

Mrs.   P.   F.  Cosgrove 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Gabriel  Costo 

Cheryl  Colty 


Mrs.   Beatrice  E.  Coughlin 

Robert  W.   Coughlin 

A  Cousin 

Mr.  Cousins 

Mrs.   Rita  Coutts 

Mr.   &   Mrs.    Ralph   Craft 

Edward  T.   Cramer 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  Creighton 

Mr.    &  Mrs.    David   Cronin 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   H.   Russell  Crosby 

Mr.  Walter  C.  Curley 

Mr.   Francis  Cushman 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  George  W.  Cushman 

Helen   Daley 

Lillian   Dann 

Sheila   Darsh 

Mrs.  Charles   F.   Davis 

Kenneth   Davis 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Robert  Davison 

Mrs.   Mary   DeCoste 

Miss  Helen   DeGere 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Joseph  R.  DeLorenzo,  Jr. 

Greg   Dennehy 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John   Dennis 

Mr.  Anthion   DePietro 

Josephine    DiMario 

Miss   Esther  DiMarzio 

The   Dodges 

The  Donovans 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Francis  S.   Doody 

The  Doughertys 

Mrs.  John   M.   Downing 

Mr.   Donald   Drew 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Philip  J.  Drosdik 

Mr.   Louis  Dube 

MR.  JAMES  T.   DUNN 

The  Dupres 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  John  A.   Durant 

Dusty's  Grove 

Alice   Dutson 

Homer  S.  Dyson 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Robert  W.  Edwards 

Mrs.   Philip   Ekstrom 

Mr.   Robert  Emery 

MR.   ERICKSON 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Stanley  G.   Estes 

Mr.   Donald   Ethier 

Edith's   Hair   Styling 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Frank  Evangelista 

Dorothy   Everson 

Mrs.  Violet   Ezekiel 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Ted   Fabian 

Donno    Fabri 

William   R.   Fairweather 

Danny   Forrell 

Charles  L.   Forrington 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Edwin   Fearing 

Margie  Fearing 

Maurice  Fennez 

Delia  N.   Ferreiro 

Mr.  Edmon  Ferreira 

John   Ferreira 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Carl   Fest 

MR.  &  MRS.  CLAYTON  O.  FIELD 

Mrs.  Jessie   Fillmore 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John  G.  Fitzgerald 

Fitzy 

Mr.  &   Mrs.   Thomos  Flynn 

Richard   Fonici 

Mr.   &  Mrs    Alton   H.   Ford 

Elliot   Ford 


Mr.   &   Mrs.   Joseph   C.   Ford 

Mr.  Walter   Foster 

Mr.   Donald  G.   Fowke 

Lloyd   Fowler 

William   H.   Fowler 

Mrs.  Mary   Francis 

Mrs.   Peter  Fraser 

Joe   Frederico 

32   Friends 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Alvin   Frost 

Mr.   &   Mrs.    Edward    Frye 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  James   Fusco. 

FUTURE   FARMERS  OF  AMERICA 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Gerard   Galassi 

Joan   Garity 

MR.  &  MRS.  HENRY  GARUTI 

MR.  &  MRS.  PETER  J.  GARUTI 

Josie  Gassett 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Oscar  Gassett 

Mrs.  Mae  Geordani 

Willard   Gifford 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Richard  M.   Gile 

Roxanne   &  Marshall   Gile 
Mrs.   Gill 

Miss  Gillis 

Danielle   Gilman 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Alan  Gilmartin 

M-  J.  Gilmartin 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Gene  Glass 

Louis   H.   Glass 

Mr.   Parker  A.   Glass 

Irene   F.   Glauben 

Mr.   John   Glauben 

Erie   Goff 

Lester  J.  Goodman 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  James  R.  Goonan 

Mrs.  Albert  Goslin 

Mr.  Charles  Govoni 

Marie  Govoni 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   R.   Govoni 

Ronnie  Govoni 

Edith   E.   Graham 

MRS.  CLAIRE   GRANDI 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Roger  Griswold 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Edward   Grogan 

Mrs.   E.  Laurence  Grover 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Reginald   Grover 

Mrs.  Albert  J.   Guerzoni 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  G.   H.  Gustafson 

Lois  Gustafson 

Paul    Hachey 

Mrs.   Howard   Hall 

Lester  Hall 

Carol   Halunen 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Halunen 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Henry  D.  Hammond 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Richard   Hammond 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Arthur  Hand 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Howard  M.   Hanelt 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  John   Harkins 

Harold   &   Diane 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Patrick  Harrington 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Sam   Harshani 

Mr.   Hartin 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Henry   L.   Hayford 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Kevin  J.  Hegarty 

Mrs.   Ann    Heinonen 

Mr.   Arthur   Hermanson 

Mr.  C.   Heufelder 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Varnum   Hewitt 

Mr.  James   Heywood 


Mr.   &   Mrs.    Philip   Hiliard 

Edward  C.   Hill 

Stanley   Hill 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Henry   Holden 

Margeurite   E.    Holland 

Mr.   Raymond   Holman 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Albert  H.  Holmes 

Mr.   Palmer   Homes 

Paul   Holmes 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Herman  W.   Holt 

Mr.   &   Mrs.    Robert   G.    Holt 

Mrs.    Doris   F.    Hoinghaus 

Mr.   Horten,   Sr. 

Mr.   &   Mrs.   Carl    Houlton 

Howard   &  Diane 

Mr.  James   Howard 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Byram   Howard 

Sandra   Howe 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Peewee   Hunt 

Mrs.  Anne   E.   Hurley 

Mr.  William    Ingham 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Harold   Inman 

Iver  T.   Jacobsen 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Walter  Jefferson 

The  Johnsons 

Mr.   Frank  Johnson 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Matthew  Johnston 

Robert  A.  Jones 

Mrs.  Arsene  Joubert 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Joseph  Joubert 

Mrs.   Rose  Joubert 

Mrs.  Joyce 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Christopher  Joyce 

Judy  &   Denny 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  Julian 

Karen   &  Eddie 

Mrs.   Greta   Kasparian 

Mrs.   Raymond   C.   Kelley 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Robert  Keough 

H.  W.   Kerr,  Co. 

William   L.   Kidd 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  William  J.   Kinch 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   David   King 

Mrs.   Irene   King 

Mr.   &  Mrs.    Kingsmill 

Kingston   Block  Co. 

Kingston    Flying   A   Service 

Kingston   Sunoco 

Mrs.   Kenneth   Kite 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Anthony   Klimas 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Bruno   Kvelums 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Howard   LaBounty 

The  LaCrosses 

The   Lady 

Lady  &   Bonney 

Mrs.   Rene   LaFontaine 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Willialm'l  Laivo 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Raymond  LaMarine 

Mrs.   Lantz 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Laurenti 

Mr.  John   Lansdele 

Frank   LanzHlotta,   Jr. 

Michael   LanzHlotta 

Pete   Lanzillotta 

John   Lawson 

Mary  S.   Lee 

Mr.   &   Mrs.    Lee 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Lauri   Lehto 

Mr.  Charles   LeMotte 

Rev.  W.  A.   Leonard 

Genevie   Leonari 


Mr.   Howard   F.   Levings 

Mr.   &   Mrs.   Kenneth   Lewis 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Arnold   Lindquist 

Mr.  Richard   Lninery 

Mr.   James   Lombard 

Mr.  Joseph   Lombard! 

Mr.   Donald   Lon^r^an 

Mr.  and  M"*.   Hr.iry  Loomer 

MR.   &    ..KS.   ALFRED   LOOTZ 

The  Lopes 

The   Lorandeaus 

Jimmy   Loring 

Lester  Loring 

Mr.   Robert   E.   Lounge 

Linda    Luiz 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  E.  W.  Lundberg 

Arthur  MacFagen 

MacFarlane  Motors 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Everett  Machado 

Mr.   George  MacLeod 

Mr.  Joseph   Mahoney 

Lauri  Maki 

Robert  Malaguti 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Malaguti 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   R.  Malaguti 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  George  Malone 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Alfred   Maloni 

Mando  Maloni 

Marion   Maloni 

John  J.  Manning 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  E.  Marcolini 

Mrs.   Henry   F.   Marden 

Aldo  V.  Marini 
Mrs.   Helen   Mark 

MARTENSON'S 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Earl  Martin 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Louis  Marvelli 

Marxie 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John   F.  Mattson 

A.   Donald  McAleer 

The  McAulliffes 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John  C.  McCann 

Mrs.  W.  M.  McCombs 

Mr.  John   McCormick 

Dan   McDougall 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Ernest  McGrath 

Mrs.  Mcintosh 

MR.  JOSEPH   McMANUS 

Mr.   Frank  McSherry 

Mr.  Joseph   Means 

Mr.  Megie 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  James  Mellisse 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Roger  Melvin 

Mrs.  Merrill 

Miss   Kendia  Merrill 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Allen  Merritt 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Robert  L.  Merry 

Edward   Metz 

Mrs.  Joseph   Metzger 

Mrs.   Meyers 

MR.  &  MRS.  JESSE   MEYER 

Howard  Miles 

Edward   F.  Miller 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Ernest  J.  Miller 

Fred  Millin 

Mr.  Leo  Millman 

Dekla   A.  Mistier 

Ted  Mitchell 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Irving  F.  Mix,  Jr. 

Mr.    Russell   Monk 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Laurence  Mooney 


Chris  Montgomery 

Mr.  Thomas  T.  Montgomery,  Sr. 

Mr.  John  Montosi 

Mr.   Maurice  Moran 

Libero   Moris! 

Mr.  T.   J.   Morris 

Mrs.   Stella   Morrison 

William  Mullen 

John    R.   Munnis,   Jr. 

Jackie   &  Jimmy  Murphy 

Miss  Maryann   Nappi 

Mrs.   Harriet  A.   Nathanson 

Angela    Nava 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Fred  Nava 

Jean   Nava 

Miss   Bessie   Nesmith 

Mr.  &'Mrs.  Wilbert  T.  Nickerson 

Frederick   Nielson 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Frank  Nolan 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  John   Norrie 

Lowell   A.    Norris 

Mrs.   Marjorie  A.    Nowlin 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   "Pop"   Nutt 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Richard  W.  O'Brien 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Solon  Oksanen 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  George  Y.  Olsen 

Kenneth    E.    Packard 

Neal   Park 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Edward  Parks,  Jr. 

Rev.  &  Mrs.   H.  N.   Parsons 

Dave   Patrico 

The   Peaveys 

Mrs.    Irene   G.    Peck 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Roy  J.   Peck 

Albert   Pederzani,  Jr. 

MRS.   EVELINE   PIERCE 

Mr.  Weston  W.   Perkins 

Mr.   &   Mrs.    Perry 

Frankie   Perry,   U.S.N. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Glenn   D.   Perry 

Regina    Petitt 

Harry   F.   Pierce 

Alfred    Pimentel 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Sid  Pimentel 

Plympton   Riding  Academy 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Paul  E.  Poirier 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Donald  A.   Pope 

Mr.   &   Mrs.    P.    Porter 

Clarence  A.    Pratt 

Mrs.  Genevieve  Pratt 

James   Pratt 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Walter  Pratt 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  A.   Primavera 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  William  Proctor,  Sr. 

Pamela  J.   Rainey 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  William  P.  Rainey 

Edna   Roistrick 

Janet  Randall 

Marsha    Randall 

Rexford   L.   Randall 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Robert  A.  Randall 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Thomas  C.  Randall 

Ida    Rankin 

Edie   Reardon 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Joseph  Reardon 

The   Reckes 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Francis   Reed 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Everett  Reed 

Pat   Reed 

Mrs.  Carl   Reidenbock 

Mr.  George   Riddell 

Mr.   Angelo  Rezzelli 


Mr.  &  Mrs.  Wayne   Roach 

The   Robares 

Mrs.   Muriel    Roberts 

Freddy   Roncarati 

MR.  &  MRS.  JOHN  J.  ROCK 

Rocky   Nook  Greenhouses 

Elno  J.    Rossi 

Richard    Rossi 

Stephen    Rossi 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Robert  C.   Rounds 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Philip  L.  Rouvales 

Phyllis  C.    Rowe 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Abraham  A.  Ruffini 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Amelio  Ruffini 

Bobby   Ruggiero 

James  A.    Ruprecht 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John  E.  Ruprecht,  Jr. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John  E.  Ruprecht,  Sr. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  William  P.  Ruprecht 

Robert  St.  Jean 

Henry   St.   Onge 

Mr.   P.  J.  Salters 

A.  Sandy 

Mrs.  Wilfred  Santerre 

Anna  Santos 

John   Santos 

Rui   Santos 

Mr.  Alfred   Savard 

Mr.   Bernard   Sayles 

Levina   Scanton 

Mrs.   Eleanor  Scheumann 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Stanley  A.  Sears 

Senon    Horizon   Club 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Enzo  Sgarzi 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  George  Shaw,  Jr. 

Mr.    Henry   Shaw 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Lawrence  Shaw 

MR.  &  MRS.  ROBERT  E.  SHAW 

Mr.  Shea 

Mr.  John   Francis  Shea 

Mrs.  Joseph   Shea 

Mr.   B.  Sheperd,  Jr. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  M.  B.  Shepard,  Sr. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Theodore  Sherman 

Mr.  John   Shimkus 

Shiretown  Transportation  Co.,  Inc. 

Mrs.   Frank  Shulman 

Mr.  Arthur   P.  Silvester 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Brian  A.  Sime 

D.  A.  Slack 

Mr.   Bruce   F.  Smith 

Mrs.   Mary   Smith 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Frank  Spalluzzi 

Mr.  W.   Spoworl 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Fred  Staiger 

Mr.   &  Mrs.   Gobin   Stair 

Renato   Stanghellini 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Arthur  Stanley 

Stella's   Restaurant 

Clyde   B.   Stevens 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Malcolm  Stewart 

Mr.   Royston   Stiffler 

Mr.   Rodney  Stiles 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  Stockbridge 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Keith  Stotts 

Dr.  Studley 

Mr.  George  Sturtevant 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Paul  Sturtevant 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Richard  Sturtevant 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Russell  Sturtevant 

John   E.    Sullivan 

Mr.  &  Mm.   Seymour©  Sufcllffe 


Mr.  &  Mrs.  Edward  C.  Swanson 

John   Taddia 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Roland  E.  Tangley 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Mario  Tassinari 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Paul  Tassinari 

Mr.   John   Taylor 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Charles  H.  Tewksbury 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Emerson  Tewksbury 

Mr.   &  Mrs.  Joseph  Therriault 

Mr.  J.  Thibodeau 

Mrs.   Edith  Tison 

Tuesday  Night  Trio 

Anthony  J.   Trotta,  Jr. 

Frank  Trotta 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Salvatore  Trotta 

Francis  Tura 

George  Tura 

Leon    P.  Tura 

Carol  Turini 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Alden  Turner,  Jr. 

Angelo   Umbrianna 

Mr.  Joseph   N.  Vallen 

Dave  Valler 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  George  Valler 

Arthur  and  Caroline  Vantangoli 

Priscilla   J.   Vantangoli 

Joseph   Velardo 

Robert  Verdelli 

Bart  Vernazzaro 

Mr.  Joseph   Villa 

George  Vining 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  C.  Arthur  Wade 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  John  Wager 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Bertram  Walsh 

Mr.  J.  V.  Walsh 

Mr.   Fred  Walker 

Mr.  &  Mrs.   Frank  Ward 

Rich   &  Judy  Ward 

Robert  T.  Ward 

Mrs.   Ruth   F.  Ward 

Mr.   Howard  Waterman 

Watson   Press 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Weeks 

Charles  D.  Welch 

Diane   E.  Welch 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Thomas  F.  Welch 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Dorsie  Wells 

Mrs.   Loring  West 

Mr.   H.  Weston 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Gordon  Wheeler 

Maryjane  Whehte 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Harper  White 

Robert  C.  Whiting,  Jr. 

Mr.  &  Mrs,  Wilson  Whittoker 

Mr.   Robert  Whittler 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Bowman  Wingard 

Dick  Wills 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Arthur  Williamson 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  George  A.  Wither* 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Myron  G.  Wood 

Myron  G.  Wood,  Jr. 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Wayne  Wood 

Mrs.  Helen  J.  Wyman 

Doris  M,.  Yager 

Mr.   Richard  Young 

Earle   K.  Zahn 

Zonello'J 

Bill  Zona 


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